Differentiating literacy growth of ELL students with LD from other high-risk subgroups and general education peers: evidence from grades 3-10.

@article{Solari2014DifferentiatingLG,
  title={Differentiating literacy growth of ELL students with LD from other high-risk subgroups and general education peers: evidence from grades 3-10.},
  author={Emily J Solari and Yaacov M. Petscher and Jessica Sidler Folsom},
  journal={Journal of learning disabilities},
  year={2014},
  volume={47 4},
  pages={329-48}
}
The authors used a large data set (N = 1,011,549) to examine literacy growth over a single school year comparing general education (GenEd) students to three high-risk subgroups: English language learners (ELL), those with a specific learning disability (LD), and those identified as both LD and ELL (LD-ELL) in students in Grades 3-10. The authors were particularly interested in whether variability existed between initial status and the growth trajectories of the three high-risk groups on… CONTINUE READING
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