Diagnosis and Remedial Instruction in Reading
by Albert J. Harris - 1968
The study of reading disability and its correction has been a very active field in the past few years. There have been major new developments in diagnostic procedures, in teaching approaches, and in the organization of instructional programs. Some particularly significant new trends are: (a) progress in the differentiation of groups of retarded readers differing with respect to causation and to treatment needs; (b) the emergence of major concern for t.he special learning problems of the disadvantaged; (c) development of programs for reaching larger proportions of those who need special help in reading; and (d) movement toward greater interprofessional co-operation among the several professions engaged in working on these problems.
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