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Adolescent literacy
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Comprehension
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Critical literacy/reading
 
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Direct/explicit instruction
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Early intervention
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English as a second language/
English-language learners
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Family literacy
 
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Fluency
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Gender issues in literacy
 
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Guided reading
 
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High-stakes assessment
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Informational texts
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Literacy coaches/reading coaches
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Literature-based instruction
 
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Motivation
 
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Multicultural literature
 
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Phonemic awareness
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Phonics
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Political/policy influences on literacy
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Preschool literacy instruction
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Reading/learning disabilities
 
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Scientific evidence-based reading
research and instruction
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Struggling readers (grade 3 and above)
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Teacher education for reading
 
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Technology
 
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Word meaning/vocabulary
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Writing
 
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