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Advancing Literacy with Large Print

According to the 2017 Nation's Report Card from the National Assessment of Educational Progress, almost two-thirds of 4th and 8th grade students are reading at a basic or below basic level. Too many continue to lag in reading proficiency due to a variety of factors, including lack of motivation to read, weaknesses in vocabulary and decoding skills, learning differences, disabilities, or visual acuity issues. Download the results from a nationwide Project Tomorrow® study on the efficacy of using large print books as a tool to support student reading development. Its findings are sure to provide school and district leaders, as well as classroom educators, with new insights into a literacy intervention tool that works.

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