What’s Missing From ‘Science of Reading’-Focused Products

A K-5 Literacy Expert and Virginia Tech Professor Talks About What Makes or Breaks Literacy Resources

Staff Writer
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The education sector is in the midst of a surge in demand for reading products that align with the “science of reading,” meaning resources that emphasize evidence-based approaches to instruction and teacher training.

Bolstered by legislation approved in more than 30 states that call for educators to pivot to practices informed by research, the movement…

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