Research shows that children from rich language environments start school with an advantage over their peers. What can parents do at home to help their children succeed?
Students should be able to engage in a variety of different texts to be considered fluent and competent readers. These fluency and comprehension strategies will give students an edge in approaching any kind of text.
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Reading comprehension skills go hand-in-hand with reading fluency. Learn more about how the two are related, and find out how to help students develop reading comprehension skills by becoming more fluent readers.
Middle and high school learners in Ocala, FL, significantly exceed FCAT annual learning gain expectations after using Fast ForWord and Reading Assistant software.