Weekly Reader Launches Reading Comp. Program

December 2009
Educational Marketer;12/ 7/2009, Vol. 40 Issue 24, p1
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The article reports on the move of Weekly Reader Publishing Group (WRPG) to launch its "Weekly Reader Connect" multimedia online program to develop reading comprehension skills of grades 1-6 students in the U.S. It relates that WRPG will use the concepts of comprehension framework of 21 inferential thinking skills developed by Urban Education Exchange to develop the online program.


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