Detroit teachers take part in training for literacy interventions

01/22/2014 | Detroit News, The

A group of 29 teachers who work in 16 Detroit schools recently attended training to receive certifications through Oakland University's Reading Recovery Center to help struggling readers. Paid for by part of a $48 million federal Innovation in Education grant, the teachers are trained to meet students where they are, assess their reading skills and raise the rigor for district students who are struggling to read. "These are the kids that, without an early intervention, they are guaranteed to fail," said Mary Lose, director of Reading Recovery Center of Michigan.

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