School administrators play a critical leadership role in helping students learn to read; they make literacy a school priority, identify important literacy goals, and enable teachers to achieve those goals through supervision and support. Students with learning disabilities (LDs) often struggle with learning to read, and so they have the most to gain when their school leaders are invested in literacy instruction.
This video provides viewers with the opportunity to develop an understanding of the key role school administrators play in determining effective reading programs for students with LDs in the area of reading.
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