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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 Moran is Deputy Editorial Director at WeAreTeachers. You can follow her on Twitter at @kagmoran or on Facebook. Email her at

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