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a program designed to teach literacy skills

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John Pollock, Education Officer, USAID, and representatives from Sindh Reading Program (SRP), Pakistan Reading Project (PRP), Reforms Support Unit (RSU), Sindh Teachers Education Development Authority (STEDA), Provincial Institute of Teachers Education (PITE), Directorate of Teachers Training in Sindh, Non Formal Education Directorate and the Program team of SBEP.
Aside from that singular issue, there are other issues that require examination in order to properly implement a self-selected reading program that were not discussed in Paulson's (2006) proposal.
Qatar Airways has partnered with Atlanta Public Schools to kick off a "School's Out, Reading Is In" summer reading program by offering 500 students with their first book for the summer, the company said.
This accreditation will give the Wilson Language Reading Program and all of its partners, including The Newgrange School, access to teacher preparation resources and information on the latest strategies for positively impacting literacy achievement for all students struggling with dyslexia.
Coming to the library for the summer reading program is a barrier to participation for some teens, who are often dependent upon other people for transportation.
Level-appropriate modules were thus developed for a 15-day reading program that employed songs, storybook reading, games and other fun and interactive activities to encourage participation from the children.
TD Bank (NYSE: TD) (TSE: TD) said it plans to begin its 13th annual summer reading program this June to encourage children to sharpen their reading as well as their money-saving skills.
Spark A Reaction'' is the Teen Summer Reading Program.
The reading project, funded by the US Agency for International Development (USAID), function as a community of practice which will build and share approaches to using evidence-based interventions for early grade reading program design and implementation.
After exploring the idea of a camp-based reading program in 2009, Sherwood Forest introduced a formal reading program the following summer.
During 2005-2008, the authors conducted an RCT meant to measure the impact of a reading program in the afterschool setting, with the goal of comparing the effectiveness of that program with regular school offerings.
Dewitz, a professor, staff developer, and researcher who has studied core programs, and Wolskee, a teacher and reading specialist, show teachers how to remodel their core reading program to support every student.
Bowman developed, designed, and coordinated the Title 1/Chapter 1 program, establishing the first school library and the first reading program at McLaughlin.
Capstone Digital's myON Reader, a Web-based reading program, provides access to more than 2,500 books, customized to each student's interests and reading ability.
Agency for International Development, or USAID, and Pir Mazhar-ul-Haq, Senior Minister, Education and Literacy Department, Government of Sindh, launched the USAID funded National Reading Program at Government Girls Primary/Secondary School in Sultanabad, Karachi.