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New Panel to Explore Research-Based Practices in Literacy

Our colleague Jackie Zubrzycki has some interesting news over at the Inside School Research blog: the International Reading Association is setting up a panel of experts that will draw on research to create a set of best-practices recommendations for literacy instruction.

Aside from the list of panelists, there are few details yet about the panel's plans. Those, apparently, are forthcoming at the IRA's conference this spring.

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