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Articles from The California School Psychologist (January 1, 2008)

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"Old habits die hard:" past and current issues pertaining to response-to-intervention. Restori, Alberto F.; Gresham, Frank M.; Cook, Clayton R. Report 7959
A consultation model to facilitate reading success. Lilles, Elena; Griffiths, Amy-Jane; Lee, Allison; Cardenas, Santiago; Chacko, Yasmin; Jimerson, Shan Report 7631
Increasing reading fluency through student-directed repeated reading and feedback. Huang, Leesa V.; Nelson, R. Brett; Nelson, Diana Report 3615
Promoting school success for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, and questioning students: primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention and intervention strategies. Fisher, Emily S.; Komosa-Hawkins, Karen; Saldana, Enrique; Thomas, Genevieve M.; Hsiao, Cyndi; Rauld Report 8315
Promoting the social and cognitive competence of children with autism: interventions at school. Skokut, Mary; Robinson, Suzanne; Openden, Daniel; Jimerson, Shane R. Report 9670
Rapid naming and phonological processing as predictors of reading and spelling. Christo, Catherine; Davis, Jack Report 6196
School psychologists as instructional consultants in a response-to-intervention model. Powers, Kristin; Hagans, Kristi; Busse, R.T. Report 6809
The California School Psychologist provides valuable information to promote reading success among students. Jimerson, Shane R. Editorial 1714
Viewing response-to-intervention through an educational change paradigm: what can we learn? Sansosti, Frank J.; Noltemeyer, Amity Essay 7278

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