A large amount of time and resources are allocated to ensuring that students are reaching grade-level reading expectations year after year. However, the traditional window of “learning to read” often associated with grades K-3 is not the only opportunity for supporting students’ reading success.

Download this free article and read about how teachers can support reluctant and struggling readers in grades 4 and up. In it, you’ll read about some of the most impactful ways for educators to support reading growth for students throughout their K-12 careers, including:

  • Encouraging student ownership to support motivation
  • Continuing to read aloud to all students
  • Providing personalized learning paths for readers
  • Offering just the right level of scaffolding

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