Policy, Politics, Statistics
It's important to be aware of and understand the policies and general trends that affect schools and children. This section contains information about Reading First and No Child Left Behind, the position statements of important education associations, and national and international reading scores.
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- Establishing an Effective Reading Program
- Making Parents Partners
- Teaching English Language Learners to Read
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- Third grade again?
- How important is it to match a reader to a text?
- Reading scores, and a closer look at urban scores
- School size matters
Page by Page
- No Child Left Behind: Determining Appropriate Assessment Accommodations for Students with Disabilities
- Building and Supporting an Aligned System: A Vision for Transforming Education Across the Pre-K-Grade Three Years
- Learning Time in America: Trends to Reform the American School Calendar
- Learning to Read: Developing 0-8 Information Systems to Improve Third Grade Reading Proficiency
- Family and Neighborhood Sources of Socioeconomic Inequality in Children's Achievement
- Preschool Education and Its Lasting Effects: Research and Policy Implications