Saturday, August 16, 2008

Implementing Reading Intervention in Secondary Schools

Secondary educators have known for years that students lack the reading comprehension skills necessary to understand the challenging content presented in core textbooks. Secondary educators often feel ill-prepared to provide the reading instruction many of these students need. Reading intervention is about much more than hiring a reading coach; it is about whole-school reform. Learn about the critical components that must be addressed in order to successfully implement a literacy intervention program in secondary schools, including data analysis, leadership, professional development and school culture. Learn how a common vision of literacy for all students can change the culture of the school into one where each student reads and thrives.

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