Many readers responded to last week's newsletter about methodology in a child's IEP and a parent's concern that schools are using an "eclectic approach" to instruction. Some schools are retaining children after using Reading Recovery and some classroom based whole language instruction, instead of a more effective methodology.
Reading Recovery is not effective for young children with reading disorders. Reader's ask: "Where can I find a list of effective research-based reading interventions?"
In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate you'll find information on reading programs and assessments intended to help parents, teachers, and district personnel choose materials that can be used by skilled teachers to provide effective reading instruction.
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