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Streamed live on Jan 28, 2020
Learning to read is arguably the most important academic experience students will have during their school years. But it’s not a given.The “nation’s report card” shows that just over a third of 4th graders are proficient readers. That’s despite decades of cognitive research specifying the skills students need to be taught to read fluently. So what’s happening in schools—and in teacher preparation—that’s making it so hard for some students to gain these foundational skills?
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