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Cutting-Edge Research to Empower Schools to Support Students with Reading Disabilities


Current approaches to identifying students with reading disabilities are problematic. Students with reading disabilities are not being identified as soon as they could be, and diagnosis is not very accurate. When you can’t diagnose effectively, you can’t help your students with reading disabilities succeed. However, important advances have been made that will result in substantial improvements in diagnosis of reading disabilities within the next few years.

In this edWebinar, Rick Wagner, Associate Director for the Florida Center for Reading Research, will share recent research results that are leading to improved approaches for identifying students with reading disabilities that also can lead to positive outcomes for your students.

Attend this live, interactive event to learn about:

  • The problems of current approaches to diagnosis of reading disabilities
  • The importance of supporting these students during the process so they don’t fall behind
  • A new cutting-edge model in research that points the way to improved diagnosis

For more information and to register, visit: https://home.edweb.net/webinar/readers20180117/

Wednesday, January 17, 2018
11:00am - 12:00pm
Online webinar
Alaska State Library ~Statewide
  Focus: School Libraries  

Event Organizer

Janet Madsen

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