Response to Slavin, Cheung, Groff, and Lake (2008). Effective Reading Programs for Middle and High Schools: A Best‐Evidence Synthesis

@article{Greenleaf2009ResponseTS,
  title={Response to Slavin, Cheung, Groff, and Lake (2008). Effective Reading Programs for Middle and High Schools: A Best‐Evidence Synthesis},
  author={C. Greenleaf and A. Petrosino},
  journal={Reading Research Quarterly},
  year={2009},
  volume={44},
  pages={349-354}
}
  • C. Greenleaf, A. Petrosino
  • Published 2009
  • Psychology
  • Reading Research Quarterly
  • Reading Research Quarterly • 43(3) • pp. 290–322 • dx.doi.org/10.1598/RRQ.43.3.4 • © 2008 International Reading Association Students who enter high school with poor literacy skills face long odds against graduating and going on to postsecondary education or satisfying careers. Joftus and Maddox-Dolan (2003) reported that in the United States, roughly 6 million secondary students read far below grade level and that approximately 3,000 students drop out of U.S. high schools every day. The… CONTINUE READING
    10 Citations
    Teacher Review of effective teaching approaches in primary schools.
    • 2
    • PDF
    Response to Greenleaf and Petrosino
    • 1
    Investing in Education: Combating Educational Disadvantage
    • 87
    • PDF

    References

    SHOWING 1-10 OF 168 REFERENCES