Date of Award
Master of Education (MEd)
School of Teacher Education and Leadership
Arthur D. Jackson
Carol R. Beasley
In this complex and often confusing country, reading is viewed by many people as the most important skill a child can acquire during his school years. Success in school, of both children and teachers, particularly in the elementary grades, is often measured by children's success in learning how to read. Reading is the tool that unlocks most knowledge for children and adults alike. As a person seeks employment the inability to read or the inability to read with facility greatly limits the opportunities.
Mitchell, Judith P., "Tutorial Reading Programs in the Elementary School: A Survey" (1975). All Graduate Plan B and other Reports. 1593.
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