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18Nov2013

Academy of Reading: School District of Janesville (WI)

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Identifying struggling students is rarely a problem for educators — most have at least a mental list of kids who are unfortunately falling behind. Identifying what the best course of action for those students is where the challenge is often found. For the School District of Janesville, that prescribed action included the intervention solutions Academy
18Nov2013

Brownstown (IL) Elementary School

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During the 2010-11 school year, the students of Brownstown (IL) Elementary School exhibited a spike in reading comprehension and math scores for the Illinois Standards Achievement Test (ISAT). The improvement in the students ISAT scores had a direct impact on AYP, taking Brownstown off Academic Watch Status (AWS). According to Angela Reeter, principal of Brownstown’s
18Nov2013

Belle Valley (IL) School District

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Four educators, two schools, one passion: helping students succeed at reading. The Belle Valley School District in Belleville, Illinois, is comprised of two schools: a K-4 building (North Elementary) and a 5-8 building (South Middle School). While each building may have its own bricks and mortar, the two are connected by the common bond of
18Nov2013

Altamont (IL) CUSD #10

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Educators across the nation face the enormous challenge of dealing with low literacy rates among students entering their freshman year of high school. Recent national studies have shown that 29% of students start the ninth grade with reading and math proficiency levels two or more years below grade level (National Assessment of Education Progress 2005).
18Nov2013

21st Century Prep School

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Since their emergence almost 20 years ago, charter schools have provided a choice in education for students and parents across the country. While most charter schools enjoy freedom from many state rules and regulations, they also operate under a much higher level of scrutiny and accountability for results. Charter schools truly are schools of choice
04Sep2013

Academy of READING Delivers for Rochester

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Students at Rochester (IL) Intermediate School participated in a study to gauge the effectiveness of the Academy of READING. The results speak for themselves in this informative research paper: Academy of READING students achieved significant gains of approximately 1.5 grade levels of improvement.
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