Rosier and co-authors Fielding and Kerr identify and describe the seven attributes an effective reading program.
Rosier and co-authors Fielding and Kerr identify and describe the seven attributes an effective reading program. - The School Administrator Magazine, January 2002, page 22. The Kennewick Experiement is proving that amazing progress is possible, even in poorer communities. Lynn Fielding, L. /CPA, is in his 14th year on the Kennewick, WA. school board, and has held numerous state-level leadership positions. Nancy Kerr, a former teacher, is founder and president of the National Children's Reading Foundation. Paul Rosier, E., is superintendent of Kennewick School District. His doctoral dissertation focused on initial reading strategies with Navajo students.
The 90% Reading Goal : 90% of Our Students Will Read at or above Grade Level by the End of Third Grade. by Nancy Kerr, Paul Rosier, Lynn Fielding. Describes role of board, superintendent, principals. Describes what works and did not work.
The 90% Reading Goal book. Lynn Fielding, Nancy Kerr. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. This book explains to those who govern schools how to establish the policies, tests, staff training, and resource allocation to assure that 90% of third graders read at or above grade level.
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Goal 1 Ensuring all students makeexpected yearly growth! 1. Strong core reading instruction for all students 2. .Do some students receive as much as 60-90 minutes of intervention every day? It matters little what else they learn in elementary school if they do not learn to read at grade level. Enough time spent to meet the needs of many students who do not typically receive powerful support at home 3. Enough quality so that the increased instructional time is spent effectively. Fielding, . Kerr, . & Rosier, P. (2007). Annual growth for all students, catch-up growth for those who are behind. Kennewick, WA: The New Foundation Press, Inc.
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1 MiBLSi State Conference Thursday, March 26, 2009 Annual Growth For All Students Catch-up Growth For Those Who Are Behind Based on the work of Lynn Fielding, Nancy Kerr, Paul Rosier Special Acknowledgement Joe Torgesen Facilitators- MiBLSi Ginny Axon, Regional Coordinator Kathryn Schallmo, Director 2 Welcome! . Book Study Guide - handout. 33 Some important questions for reflection What are the most important ways your school, or classroom is different now than three years ago?
Lynn Fielding, Nancy Kerr, and Paul Rosier, The 90% Reading Goal (Kennewick, WA: The New Foundation Press, 1998), page 68.
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34 A Clear Measurable Reading Goal The highly visible 90% Reading Goal created a clear line of sight from where we were to where we need to g. In reality, our beliefs follow our experience.
34 A Clear Measurable Reading Goal The highly visible 90% Reading Goal created a clear line of sight from where we were to where we need to go. White paper-basis for subsequent change (page 239) Coming to grips with disparity between what we believed and what we lead our community to believe. 35 We thought the board was crazy. 60 There is no use trying, said Alice; one can’t believe impossible things. I dare say you haven’t had much practice, said the Queen.