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Complexities of negotiating balanced literacy and high-stakes testing: Exploring the discourses and enactments of two urban teachers and their students labeled "at-risk"
Educating the academically underprepared: Practices of community college instructors credited with success in teaching developmental reading/writing
Becoming literate in assessment-saturated classrooms: Elementary students' literacy performances at the intersection of literacy curricula and testing
Getting out of the comfort zone: Using read-alouds to engage students in critical literacy
Exploring the power of the read-aloud relationship between White middle class fathers and their sons
Signs of literacy learning: An exploration of fourth-grade students' multimodal literacy practices and curriculum enactment
To be a reader: Urban students of color performing reading and identity in an English language arts classroom
The literacy-related practices of principals in high schools with improved student reading achievement
The Effectiveness of Word Wall Instruction for Preschool Children with Disabilities
Comparison of the effects of two systematic approaches of phonics instruction on the ability of children with significant cognitive disabilities to read words
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