Ohio bill gives schools more staffing options for reading interventions

05/16/2013 | Columbus Dispatch (Ohio), The

A bill approved by the Ohio House of Representatives would give schools more flexibility in hiring K-3 reading teachers by ending a requirement that only educators who have taught reading for the past three years can deliver reading interventions for struggling readers, and allowing schools to use speech and hearing pathologists for reading services. The proposed law, expected to go to the Senate next week, also requires school districts that receive a D or F rating to submit a reading-improvement plan to the state.

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