Develop and Nurture a Culture of Shared Responsibility for Reading Improvement

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Schools committed to formative and summative reading goals promote a culture of shared responsibility that makes it possible for all students to reach these goals. Instituting cross-class and cross-grade fluid instructional grouping is one way a culture of shared responsibility is developed. While sharing instructional responsibility is more complex and requires planning and collaboration, it opens up many more possibilities for providing students with the instruction they need to meet reading goals.

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