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A Tale of Two Schools Guides

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Community Discussion Guide

Kelly Deckert

May 31, 2005 12:17:45 PM

All over the country, across all ethnic lines and socioeconomic levels, schools are struggling with their most basic job – teaching kids to read. This one-page guide includes seven thought-provoking questions to discuss among those concerned about reading achievement in local schools.

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Parents' Discussion Guide

Kelly Deckert

May 31, 2005 12:04:22 PM

What happens before a child enters kindergarten is vital to reading success. And research shows that when parents play a role in their child's academic career, students have better attendance, make greater achievement gains, and have fewer behavior problems. This one-page guide includes five thought-provoking questions to discuss with parents.

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Teachers' Discussion Guide

Kelly Deckert

May 31, 2005 12:14:47 PM

Teachers are charged with discovering the proper balance of instructional methods that work for each individual student in learning to read. They are responsible for the enormously challenging task of finding the magical mix that works for each child. This one-page guide includes seven thought-provoking questions to discuss with teachers.

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