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Ncrel Policy Issues Issue 9 November 2001 a Research- Based Analysis of Education Issues

By Young, Edyth E.

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Book Id: WPLBN0000713771
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Reproduction Date: 2003

Title: Ncrel Policy Issues Issue 9 November 2001 a Research- Based Analysis of Education Issues  
Author: Young, Edyth E.
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Language: English
Subject: Government publications, Department of Education pub, Education.
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Publisher: U.S. Department of Education

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Excerpt: About This Issue Stable employment, academic achievement, and entrepreneurial success all depend on reading proficiency. Every American child has the right to the same opportunities for achieving success. Likewise, every teacher has the right to the in-depth training and support necessary to meet the challenge of developing America?s youth into proficient, literate citizens who will contribute to a global economy and a democratic society. Research shows that 95 percent of all children can be taught to read at a level that is constrained only by their reasoning and listening comprehension abilities (Fletcher & Lyon, 1998). Studies show that when students are placed in schools with effective principals and well-prepared teachers--teachers with comprehensive knowledge about reading instruction, ongoing support, and professional development--high-risk, high-poverty students learn to read as well as their not-at-risk peers (Nicholson, 1997).

 
 



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