September 08, 2016

This district’s blended learning program is putting struggling readers back on track

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"This district’s blended learning program is putting struggling readers back on track" by Judith Culang and Linda Baker. Originally published in eSchool News, July 20, 2016.

In Neshaminy School District, northeast of Philadelphia, nearly 20 percent of our struggling K–2 students spend 30 minutes a day, five days a week in small-group reading intervention. To limit the time these students spend in intervention programs, we have an “all hands on deck” approach: With parental involvement and our blended learning model, Neshaminy educators identify and build upon students’ strengths to lay the foundation for reading success.

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