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Three Critical Intervention and Prevention Strategies to Help Increase Third Grade Reading Proficiency

WHAT: A free webinar for teachers and administrators entitled “Three Critical Intervention and Prevention Strategies to Help Increase Third Grade Reading Proficiency”   WHO: Liz Brooke, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, Vice President of Education and Research, Lexia Learning   WHEN: Thursday, September 18. 3:00–4:00 PM EST   REGISTER: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/445458830
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WHAT: A free webinar for teachers and administrators entitled “Three Critical Intervention and Prevention Strategies to Help Increase Third Grade Reading Proficiency”

WHO: Liz Brooke, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, Vice President of Education and Research, Lexia Learning

WHEN: Thursday, September 18. 3:00–4:00 PM EST

REGISTER: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/445458830

BOSTON – Sept. 8, 2014 – Closing the achievement gap for students two or more years behind grade level can be challenging. Research has shown that an effective prevention plan in grades K-2 can help increase third grade reading proficiency rates as well as prevent failure at upper grades.

On Thursday, September 18, Elizabeth Brooke, Ph.D., Vice President of Education and Research for Lexia Learning, a Rosetta Stone Inc. (NYSE:RST) company, will introduce and demonstrate three critical, research-proven strategies for successful intervention and prevention models including:

· How to establish systems to help support students before they fail

· Utilizing the appropriate assessments to identify which students may need help, and

· Structuring effective intervention to target individual student needs

To register, please go to https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/445458830or visitwww.LexiaLearning.com

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