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Private Options to Help Students Read

Part of the Jefferson Institute’s “Campaign 2001 Briefing Book” supplied to all candidates, this paper reviews the success of private sector companies in teaching children – particularly children classified as “Special Education” – to read. Both poor readers and special education students with a reading disability deserve a chance at intensive reading instruction and if current reading methodologies in the public schools are not doing the job, then the private sector alternative should be tried.

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