“Few things trouble teachers more than the struggling readers in their classrooms. Beginning teachers, as well as veterans looking for new ideas, will appreciate this easy-to-read book as a resource. Cooper, Chard, and Kiger write succinctly about how to help struggling readers in everything from oral language to comprehension. Every chapter provides ideas for assessment followed by practical instructional strategies teachers can put to work right away.”

Kathryn Au, University of Hawaii

"The more I read, the more excited I became!  This book has it all--research and theory; an intervention framework for teachers to follow; practical, engaging activities; sample intervention lessons; and classroom scenarios. The Struggling Reader is so easy to use.  It really helps me provide intervention for my students in all areas of reading."

Donna Brown,  District Resource Teacher,
Orange County Public Schools, Orlando, FL

“The Struggling Reader provides educators with essential  knowledge of research-based practices for the intervention and prevention of reading difficulties.  The publication offers clear and specific practices to assist today's classroom teacher in meeting the needs of the struggling reader.  A book every teacher should own.”

Lynne Greenwood, Literacy Specialist,
Utah State Office of Education

"As an assistant superintendent responsible for working toward having all students performing on grade level, I found The Struggling Reader: Interventions That Work to be both informative and practical. It presents an effective, research-based framework for guiding curriculum, instruction, and assessment decisions within a school or district. Teachers will find the assessments, planning tools, and record-keeping templates particularly helpful in preventing reading difficulties and working with students who already have them."

Louise Standridge, Rogers Public Schools,
Rogers, Arkansas


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