Interest Groups in National Reading Policy: Per- ceived Influence and Beliefs on Teaching Reading

@inproceedings{Report2002InterestGI,
  title={Interest Groups in National Reading Policy: Per- ceived Influence and Beliefs on Teaching Reading},
  author={Ciera Report and Mengli Song and Cecil G. Miskel},
  year={2002}
}
Drawing on interviews with 103 policy actors who are active in shaping national reading policy, we examined the levels of interest groups' perceived influence in the national reading policy arena, and their beliefs on reading instructional approaches. Employing thematic analysis and analysis of variance, we found that the interest group community in the national reading policy arena is composed of groups with various levels of perceived influence. Our study also revealed that those interest… CONTINUE READING

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