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Identifying the Needs of Non-Proficient Readers

Each year, secondary teachers await the assessment scores for validation of students’ achievement, administrators anticipate improved scores and higher graduation projections, and parents hope their children’s academic performance is on track. Each year also brings mixed results—success for some, improvement for others—but still too many adolescent readers remain non-proficient. The end-of-year assessment results tell which students are not reading proficiently, but these results fail to answer the critical question of why. Read the latest Lexia white paper by Dr. Suzanne Carreker to learn about the diverse and complex causes of non-proficient adolescent literacy, and possible solutions for helping non-proficient adolescent readers to not only read well but to find reward in reading. 


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