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Are Your Schools Ready for ELA Standards?

An informal surveyconducted by Lexia Learningat the 2013 ASCD Conferencerevealed concern fromeducators about theirschools’ preparedness for thepending standards:
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An informal survey conducted by Lexia Learning at the 2013 ASCD Conference revealed concern from educators about their schools’ preparedness for the pending standards:

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30% of the respondents believe that they have the right educational resources to support oral language development and eventual reading achievement.

23% indicated that teachers had the time to effectively deliver individualized instruction.

30% of the educators polled believed that they had the appropriate instructional resources available to offer individualized instruction to advance students’ reading skills.

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