In the furious effort to help students catch up in reading and math after two-plus years of pandemic upheaval, states around the country are zeroing in on a particular strategy: frequent, individualized tutoring. But not Oregon.
Most Oakland Unified School District third graders are not reading at grade level. Many schools are turning to “high-dosage” tutoring from community-based organizations to help.
A few Oregon elementary schools target reading skills with virtual tutors.
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Morrow County schools expand reading program
Q&A: Teaching kids how to read on Zoom
Four Red Bluff schools brings virtual literacy program to improve kids reading level.
A movement rises to change the teaching of reading.
Zoom-Based Program Links Young Students With One-on-One Reading Tutors — Right in Their Own Classrooms
Morrow School District partners with Eastern Oregon University to help students improve reading