The evidence points towards the benefits of changing daily teaching practices, writes Robert Slavin
EVERY YEAR, bright and enthusiastic children enter kindergarten throughout the U.S. Whatever their backgrounds, these children fully expect to succeed in school. Their definition of success, the schools’ definition, their parents’ definition, and society’s definition are all the same: success in elementary school primarily means success in reading.
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