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Free Guide: Helping Your Most Vulnerable Readers

What do you do when you’ve tried everything?

Free Guide: Helping Your Most Vulnerable Readers

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Research tells us that our most vulnerable students’ brains develop differently from a typical learner. It is possible to help them learn to read using evidence-based practices that work when nothing else will. If you are looking for new ways to help vulnerable readers, you’ll want this free guide of evidence-based reading information for your school and families. Just submit your email here to get your guide.

Here’s what you’ll find inside:

  • 5 Reasons Your Readers May Still Be Struggling—and 5 Ways Technology Can Help
  • Accountability Checklist: What You Need to Be Doing to Support Your Most Struggling Students
  • How to Talk With Parents Whose Kids Aren’t Reading

Get your guide today for all of this and more!

Posted by Kimberley Moran

Kimberley is a Senior Editor at WeAreTeachers. She has 15 years of classroom teaching experience and a master's degree in literacy education.

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