Direct Instruction Statement

The Education Consumers Foundation believes that the Direct Instruction–long used with special needs students and to great effect–would substantially solve this problem.  As matters stand, however, it is used mostly after children have failed to read, fallen behind in all subjects, and become discouraged learners.  If it were used at the outset, virtually all students could be taught to read.

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