Table of contents for ACCESSing school : teaching struggling readers to achieve academic and personal success / Jim Burke.

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1 Introduction: The Traits of Effective Academic Success Programs
2 ACCESS: A Program Overview
Who Is in ACCESS-And How Did They Get There?
What We Do in ACCESS, When We Do It, and Why: A Brief Overview
3 Curriculum
What We Do: A Day in the Class
Why We Do What We Do: Revisiting the Research
The Academic Essentials: An Overview
What We Do: Samples of Curriculum
4 Opportunities
College Visit
Guest Speakers
Toastmasters International Youth Leadership Program
Job Shadowing
Reading Buddies
Other Opportunities
Making the Most of High School
5 Students
Accelerated Students
Steady Progression
Variable Progression
No Progression
6 Teachers
Roles and Responsibilities
The Home Connection: Parents
Works Cited

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

School improvement programs.
Academic achievement.
Reading (Secondary).