There’s a science to teaching children to read

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Kerri Miller , Jeffrey Bissoy-Mattis ·

Roughly two-thirds of American fourth-graders cannot read at their expected grade level. Children struggling to read in the third grade are likely to be poor readers for their entire lives.

There is a scientifically-backed method to teaching children how to read, but the latest research on reading suggests this practice is not being implemented in most American Schools.

“[We need] to try to create a more seamless system for teacher preparation and to bring in the pre-service programs to recognize that their product is not just a graduate with a certificate. Their product is how well their own students will perform when out in the classroom in k-12 achievement,” said Kelly Butler of the Barksdale Reading Institute

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By | 2018-09-28T18:26:30+00:00 September 28th, 2018|Science of Reading, Teaching Practices|0 Comments

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