There are several components to choosing an effective intervention program for students who struggle with reading or may have learning disabilities and other disorders, suggests reading tutor Al Moore, founder and executive director of Acelin Learning Solutions. First, educators must clarify students' particular needs and gain familiarity with the signs that identify certain reading disorders. Next, they should choose assessment-guided programs, as well as cognitive exercises that address the specific needs of their students, Moore writes.

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