'Explicit instruction' provides dramatic benefits in learning to read

'Explicit instruction' provides dramatic benefits in learning to read

'Explicit instruction' provides dramatic benefits in learning to read

The ability to read is foundational to education, but prolonged school closures and distance learning due to the pandemic have imposed unique challenges on the teaching of many fundamental skills. When in-person classes resume, many students will likely need a period of catch-up learning, especially those who lag behind in basic reading skills.
'Explicit instruction' provides dramatic benefits in learning to read