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    Meeting At-Risk Students Kindergarten-Grade 4
    This article discusses two methods of working with students in reading: Reading Recovery and Accelerated Reader. The first method involves working with at-risk students throughout the school year teaching reading skills. The second method, a computerized reading...

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    Opening the Church School Doors to the Learning Disabled Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This article from the JAE special exceptional child issue suggests that church school principals should be willing to admit children with mild learning disabilities into Adventist schools. Until recently the educational practices of the Adventist school system...

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    Preventing Misbehavior by Helping Students Achieve Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Very often, students who misbehave in class do so because they aren't working at grade level and are too frustrated to try. Teachers should strive to enhance student achievement by making sure the material is presented in an understandable form. Teachers should...

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    Volunteers as Tutors and Trainers of Tutors - A Qualitative Study Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Problem: The Seventh-day Adventist church/North American Division initiated a Tutoring and Mentoring project in response to President Clinton's America Reads literacy campaign. This study documents the efforts of the church and the first cohort of trainees...