Why RTI is the "last, best hope" for teaching all students to read

Early-literacy expert and author Richard Allington explains in this interview why he believes response to intervention is "our last, best hope" for teaching all students to read. Allington, a University of Tennessee education professor, suggests that students do not need scripted reading programs but need the help of skilled and expert educators who can provide intensive, individualized reading instruction while they are in kindergarten and first grade.

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