Literacy 2.0: Closing the Literacy Achievement Gap Through Culturally Responsive Instruction

Bill Harvey with Kathy Au

Increasingly, teachers today are working with children from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds. Classrooms that do not acknowledge cultural differences contribute to the literacy achievement gap. This segment presents specific strategies and techniques to help teachers provide more culturally responsive instruction.

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May 8, 2009
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Kathryn H. Au, Chief Executive Officer of SchoolRise, LLC, is the 2009-10 president of the International Reading Association. Kathy’s research interests are school change and the literacy achievement of students of diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds, and she is best known for her work on culturally responsive instruction. A member of the Reading Hall of Fame, Kathy received the Causey Award for outstanding contributions to reading research.
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