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When Only Some Students Learn to Read

Dr. Louisa Moats, author of the LETRS professional development program for teachers, explains that one-third of kids will learn to read without systemic, research-based instruction — but the majority won’t. Teachers often need mentoring to gain insight into why students are struggling and to figure out how to improve their instruction.

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Louisa Moats


Louisa Moats

Dr. Louisa Moats is a nationally recognized authority on how children learn to read and why some struggle to learn. Widely acclaimed as a researcher, speaker, consultant, and trainer, Moats has developed the landmark professional development program LETRS for teachers and reading specialists.