Nancy Marchand-Martella, Ph.D., helps viewers gain an understanding of the college and career readiness skills that should be taught in upper elementary school, middle school, and high school to better prepare students for their futures. Covered topics include vocabulary, comprehension, and study strategies. One highlight of this presentation is a discussion of Read to Achieve, a program that improves access to advanced narrative and content-area text.
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