Reading A-Z Research
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Learning A-Z pays close attention to the National recommendations and other research findings when developing its resources. The end result is quality resources that reflect the best instructional practices and strategies.
Additionally, members of our curriculum department regularly attend educational conferences and workshops, read many industry journals and articles, and hold discussions with our advisors who are considered industry experienced.
Download our White Paper to find out how well our resources meet the National Reading Panel research-based findings on the reading strategies and instructional practices in the five key areas of reading instruction--phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension.

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