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Stop the Stall with The Third Quest: Effective Reading Intervention for Adolescents Struggling to Read

May 19, 2021
Adolescent student reading

As an educator on the front lines you know all too well the struggle and frustration teachers and students face to close gaps in reading in the upper grades. With 30% of 12th graders scoring below basic on the 2019 National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) Reading Assessment, there is a great need to provide effective intervention for adolescents who struggle to succeed due to poor reading skills.

The Third Quest comprehensive reading intervention improves students’ reading skills, confidence, and engagement. During this on-demand webinar program author Marilyn Sprick discusses:

  • The problem — can’t do, won’t do or can’t sustain
  • Winning at Tiers 2 and 3 with a comprehensive intervention
  • Helping discouraged readers become engaged and confident
  • Creating a gratifying journey for staff, students and their parents

Due to the pandemic, more adolescents than ever are likely to need reading support to be successful through middle and high school. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about The Third Quest and how it can help your students in grades 5 through 12 become more accurate, expressive and fluent readers.

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