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How does your campus determine when READ 180 and System 44 are taught?

Is READ 180 built into the master schedule or are your students pulled during a particular content area? Any information you can add here would be great! Thank you!

Posted on: November 21 2019
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  • AskDee

    Different schools handled this differently in my school district. The most successful implementations had dedicated READ 180 classes. In the middle schools we alternated years for content areas to pull from--science or social studies. Then we combined that class period with ELA to get 90 minutes. Elementary schools had reading specialists who worked with students during reading instruction for 90 minutes. High school used ELA and modified it with 9th grade English class.

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