CEC helps launch Learning to Read, Reading to Learn campaign

September 1996
Teaching Exceptional Children;Sep96 Supplement, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p11
Academic Journal
Reports on the Learning to Read, Reading to Learn: Helping Students with Learning Disabilities to Succeed Campaign of the National Center to Improve the Tools of Educators and the US Office of Special Education Programs. Council for Exceptional Children's involvement in the campaign; Tips for teachers and parents featured in the reading information packets; Contact information.


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