6 Ways to Help Students Struggling with Reading Close the Gap
Students need to develop strong, fundamental reading skills in elementary school to set the groundwork for future success in all academic areas. That’s why it is essential to help struggling students close academic literacy gaps in the early years before they begin to tackle more complex materials. To help struggling students make the reading gains they need, consider incorporating the following 6 tips into your everyday instructional plans.
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