Reading program pays off in Brunswick
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#1 May 28, 2008
SRA is a great program for some children. If Brunswick County is trying to educate some of the children then they will be successfull with this program. Not all children will be able to learn with this method and I don't see them trying any other reading program. How are the children that have a reading disability doing? I bet we would see a different story if we chose to look a little closer at the students that are at risk of droping out.
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