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Old 08-28-2012, 02:49 PM
 
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Hello all!

Our district no longer has the Reading Recovery program, but I was just wondering how many still do have Reading Recovery in their building?


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Thank Goodness!
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We have a RR teacher. She also does Title reading support with the second graders. I am grateful for her help!
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at all elementaries in my district. Good thing! Most of our first grade population is either free or reduced lunch and generational poverty. Often parents are marginal or nonreaders themselves. Kind of difficult to help someone learn how to do something if you don't know how to do it either.
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Thanks for your responses...I think the program will be really missed in our building!


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There are two Reading Recovery teachers in my building and a third RR-trained teacher is our Remedial Reading teacher.
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Teachers trained in reading recovery but our reading coach will not allow any RR strategies to be used. What a waste!
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Old 09-07-2012, 05:47 PM
 
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Most schools in my district have RR. Our RR teacher does part-time RR and part time Title.

I do like the program IF the kids make good progress. Last year a few kids did not make good progress and were still below grade level at the end of the year. If that happens, it does seem like a waste. Our RR teacher has 20+ years experience in education and a masters degree. She's expensive! To work one-on-one everyday with students and have a few that don't make grade level or adequate progress is a shame.

It makes me think about the other kids who could qualify but don't get the chance because there's one teacher vs. X number of kids who struggle.
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