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- Reading & Literacy 'Science of Reading' Reforms Show Student Gains in California, Study FindsThe research provides some of the first evidence that efforts to bring reading teaching in line with research have raised achievement.Reading & Literacy What Is Morphology? Should Teachers Include It in Reading Instruction?Teaching about word parts—such as prefixes, suffixes, and roots—may help students develop their academic vocabularies.Reading & Literacy U.S. Parents Think Reading Instruction Is Going OK—Until They See National Test ResultsMost parents also seem to favor phonics as an approach to word-reading, a new survey finds.Reading & Literacy Here's What Students Miss Out on When Their Schools Lack LibrariansSome administrators think school librarians are obsolete, but these schools prove otherwise.Reading & Literacy 'Science of Reading' and English-Learner Advocates Reach Common GroundTwo groups have aimed to find consensus in one contested area of the reading wars.Reading & Literacy New Tool to Evaluate Reading Programs for 'Knowledge-Building'The guidelines can help measure whether curricula help build kids' content knowledge using text sets, discussion, and embedded writing.Reading & Literacy What the Research Says A Virtual Tutoring Program Boosted Early Literacy Skills. New Research Shows HowA first-of-a-kind study in the early grades finds that an intensive remote tutoring can improve reading skills.Reading & Literacy Video What Is the Orton-Gillingham Method for Teaching Reading?As states move to "science-based" reading approaches, a program developed for dyslexic students gains wider traction. See it in action.Reading & Literacy Scholastic Reverses Controversial Decision to ‘Segregate’ Diverse BooksFour public school librarians and two experts said Scholastic's reversal on making diverse books optional is a step in the right direction.Reading & Literacy These Researchers Are Seeking Consensus in the Reading and Math WarsWorking toward a narrower, shared goal can help foster productive dialogue.Reading & Literacy Scholastic Book Fairs, Explained: How They Work and Who BenefitsWhat you need to know about what students can find at book fairs, who organizes them, who selects the books for them, and more.Reading & Literacy Reading Recovery Sues Ohio Over Ban on 'Cueing' in Literacy InstructionThe state is a key market for the teacher-training organization, which has used now-banned, context-based reading methods in its program.Reading & Literacy Scholastic Says Schools Can Exclude Diverse Titles From Book FairsThe separate collection is a response to states with laws restricting learning materials on race, gender, and sexuality.SponsorThis content is provided by our sponsor. It is not written by and does not necessarily reflect the views of Education Week's editorial staff.Are your teachers approaching instruction with a data-informed lens as they strive to enhance mid-year reading scores?