When Adolescents Can't Read: Methods and Materials That Work / Edition 1by Mary E. Curtis
Pub. Date: 06/28/1999
Publisher: Brookline Books, Incorporated
One of society's critical education problems is adolescent students who cannot read even near their grade level. The future decisionmakers are at a major disadvantage precisely because so much of high school is focused on learning content and reading skills are assumed. Developed at the world famous Boys Town in Nebraska to help its students recover from reading deficits, the program in this book is used in Boys Town institutions elsewhere and is increasingly being adopted by public and private schools.
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