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The Non-Impact of Reading First—Where to Go From Here


by Dick Schutz — February 12, 2009

The commentary is in three parts: The first part, “What Went Wrong,” does not place blame but is intended to clear the way to address the future. The second part, “What Can Be Salvaged,” addresses conclusions that can be drawn from the study apart from the reported findings and identifies instrumentation constructed by the Study Team that can be useful in addressing the future. The third part, “How to Get Impact” sketches one road map for accomplishing the aspirations of No Child Left Behind.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: February 12, 2009
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 15567, Date Accessed: 1/23/2018 3:18:43 AM

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  • Dick Schutz
    3RsPlus
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    DICK SCHUTZ is President 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.
 
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