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ERIC Number: ED018350
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966
Pages: 1
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ROLES OF THE ADMINISTRATOR AND PARENT IN THE SCHOOL READING PROGRAM. PROCEEDINGS OF HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY READING CONFERENCES, TWO AND THREE, VOLUME 1, 1966.
SCHLEICH, MIRIAM; SHEPHERD, DAVID L.
THIS VOLUME OF THE 1966 HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY READING CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS ADVANCES THE THESIS THAT THE SUCCESS OF THE SCHOOL READING PROGRAM DEPENDS ON THE COOPERATIVE EFFORTS OF THE SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS, THE TEACHERS, AND THE PARENTS. TEN ARTICLES DESCRIBE THE ADMINISTRATOR'S ROLE IN SELECTING THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE SCHOOL READING PROGRAM, IN ORGANIZING THE READING PROGRAM, IN CONDUCTING INSERVICE TRAINING FOR TEACHERS, AND IN PROVIDING LEADERSHIP FOR THE CLASSROOM TEACHERS. MODEL READING PROGRAMS FOR THE ELEMENTARY, JUNIOR HIGH, AND SENIOR HIGH LEVELS ARE PRESENTED WITH A MODEL PUBLIC SCHOOL CLINICAL PROGRAM. SEVEN ARTICLES EXPLAIN HOW PARENTS CAN CONTRIBUTE TO THE SCHOOL READING PROGRAM, HOW THEY CAN HELP THEIR CHILDREN DEVELOP READINESS FOR SCHOOL AND FOR READING, HOW THEY SHOULD INTERPRET SCHOOL REPORTS ON THEIR CHILDREN'S ACHIEVEMENT, AND HOW THEY CAN HELP CHILDREN WITH READING DIFFICULTIES. THIS VOLUME IS AVAILABLE FROM HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY, HEMPSTEAD, LONG ISLAND, NEW YORK 11550. (NS)
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Authoring Institution: Hofstra Univ., Hempstead, NY.
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