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A Grand Experiment in Reading Instruction: Interim Report 2


by Dick Schutz January 17, 2014

The UK and the US are implementing very different models for teaching reading, constituting a Natural Experiment. Preliminary results of the experiment as of June 2013 are reported.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: January 17, 2014
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17386, Date Accessed: 7/28/2014 12:24:26 PM

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  • Dick Schutz
    3RsPlus
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    DICK SCHUTZ is CEO of 3RsPlus, Inc. a firm conducting R&D and constructing educational products. He was formerly Professor of Educational Psychology at Arizona State University and Executive Director of the Southwest Regional Laboratory for Educational Research and Development. He has served as the founding editor of the Journal of Educational Measurement, the founding journal editor of the Educational Researcher, and editor of the American Educational Research Journal. His recent technical papers can be accessed from the Social Science Research Network http://ssrn.com/author=1199505
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