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Slide # 4: Reading Recovery Works The U. S. Department of Education’s What Works Clearinghouse (WWC) research group asse... ... middle of paper ... ...h retaining the low literacy achieving students because the majority of the students do achieve grade-level standard in 12-20 weeks. The cost of the placement in special education classes is significantly higher than the cost of the 20-week class. Even though not all 100% of the students achieve the desired results, early intervention helps schools find future support services and lower the cost of the individual tutoring. Finally, the Federal IDEA funding requires the children to receive an early intervening service in order to reduce unnecessary testing cost. Slide #11: With Reading Recovery, Success is Within Reach!
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