Opinion: Report erred in criticizing Reading First

11/1/2006 | Washington Times, The

An Education Department inspector general's report that blasted Reading First leadership for mismanagement instead should have been lauding the program director for his assertive, results-oriented approach, says Edvocacy Research CEO Geoffrey D. Cronin. The well-run federal program is closing the achievement gap at high-poverty, struggling schools and should be expanded to every elementary school in the country, Cronin argues.

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