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The Meadows Center for Preventing Educational Risk

This handbook describes ten reading practices for middle and high schools with strong evidence of effectiveness from high-quality research, including selected grade level descriptions of what students should know and be able to do.

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The Meadows Center for Preventing Educational Risk

This handbook describes ten writing practices with strong evidence of effectiveness from high-quality research, including selected K-12 grade-level descriptions of student skills.

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The Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop

This checklist shares three questions for families to ask before downloading apps for kids.

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National Center for Learning Disabilities

Here are give questions parents and educators can ask to clarify the terms: dyslexia, learning disabilities, dyscalculia, and dysgraphia.

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Partnership for Reading

This booklet describes activities that parents can do with their children to improve reading skills at specific ages from birth through Preschool.

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Partnership for Reading

This booklet describes activities that parents can do with their children to improve reading skills at specific ages from kindergarten through third grade.

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National Center for Learning Disabilities

This guide provides an overview of the basic components of RTI, includes questions parents may want to ask their child's school regarding how they can get involved in the RTI process, and addresses the relation of RTI to the special education process.

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Texas Partners Resource Network

Read a fact sheet that discusses effective reading instruction and how educators develop and implement effective instruction.

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Maine Parent Federation and Main AIM Program

Watch a video that gives an overview of dyslexia and Accessible Instructional Materials to support children with dyslexia.

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Learning Disabilities Association of America

This article gives ideas for giving young children with learning disabilities opportunities to practice the skills they are taught. Ideas include playing games using newly learned letters and words; finding numbers, letters and words in everyday items; and games that provide practice with numbers, letters, words and concepts.

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