Using Literacy Leadership to Improve the Achievement of Struggling Students

Taylor, Rosemarye T.
September 2004
Middle School Journal;Sep2004, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p26
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the study which shows the effectual solution to develop and implement a literacy intervention to create a successful system for students who have literacy problem in the U.S. It discusses the significant role of the literacy leaders to transform students into an independent, joyful reader and writer. It presents the compulsory characteristics of leader to be effective in his endeavor. Finally, it defines literacy in order to develop a plan for teachers to achieve literacy leadership.


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