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Improve Student Literacy by Making Writing a Key Part of ELA Curriculum

In a recent National Assessment of Educational Progress, 65% of students were below proficient in reading and 73% of students were below proficient in writing. While many efforts to boost student literacy focus largely on reading instruction, research shows that effective writing instruction improves reading comprehension and reading fluency in addition to writing proficiency.

Interested in how schools can use writing to improve ELA outcomes? Download this brief for actionable advice on how to overcome this challenge.

Guide to improving student literacy by making writing a key part of ELA curriculum

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