Sasha Scott, reading recovery teacher at Welbourn Primary School in New Zealand, was troubled.
She and the school’s associate principal, Jenny, were puzzled why, year after year, there was always a group of students that never seemed to make the progress they should.
Sasha told The Learning Capacity Podcast, “The teachers have all done the very best that they can with what they know. But year on year, those same children pop up again. What could we do differently for these kids, because obviously what we were doing wasn't meeting their needs?”
Searching for a solution for students who were struggling
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