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Read 180

Scholastic (n.d.). Read 180: Proven intervention that turns lives around.

Read 180 is a research-based program for struggling middle school readers developed by Scholastic Books and Vanderbilt University. It is designed to provide individualized reading instruction to help students build skills that move them to grade level reading.

The program includes whole-group, small-group, and individualized instruction that incorporates software, audiotapes, and books.

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