The Administration and Supervision of Reading Programs by Shelley B. Wepner, Joan T. Feeley

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Students need a balanced reading program. Educational Leadership, 76, 442451. Wittrock, M. C. (1983, May). Writing and the teaching of reading. Language Arts, 60(5), 600606. Worthen, B. , & Spandel, V. (February, 1991). Putting the standardized test debate in perspective. Educational Leadership, 48(5), 6569. Ysseldyke, J. , Thurlow, M. , & Graden, J. (1984). Opportunity to learn for regular and special education students during reading instruction. Remedial and Special Education, 5, 2937. Page 22 2 Evolving Roles and Responsibilities of Reading Personnel Shelley B.

ALLINGTON and SEAN A. WALMSLEY, Editors The Administration and Supervision of Reading Programs, SECOND EDITION SHELLEY B. WEPNER, JOAN T. FEELEY, and DOROTHY S. STRICKLAND, Editors Page iii The Administration and Supervision of Reading Programs Second Edition Edited by Shelley B. Wepner Joan T. Feeley Dorothy S. Strickland International Reading Association Teachers College Columbia University New York and London Page iv The list on pp. 2627 originally appeared in Standards for Reading Professionals (pp.

A reading specialist in a K-6 suburban school, has been using trade books with her small groups of below-average readers for as long as she has been teaching. Identified by adults and children alike as the teacher with "problem" children, Ms. C. decided long ago that she was not going to subject her students to the basal materials that had failed them in the first place. Even though she walks around with the echo of her principal's admonishment to "get her students to pass the standardized test," she knows that she has to help her students learn to enjoy using print.

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