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According to research by Phillips, Hayward, and Norris (2011) and others, which of the following statements is most accurate?
A)   If students are behind in reading by the end of third grade, chances are they will never catch up.
B)   If properly taught most students, even those who have fallen behind, will become proficient readers
C)   Younger students learn at a faster pace than older students do.
D)   Older struggling readers almost always require one-on-one instruction.
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B / Explanation:
A)   If properly taught most students, even those behind at end of third grade, will become proficient readers
B)   If properly taught most students, even those who have fallen behind, will become proficient readers.
C)   If properly taught most students, even those who have fallen behind, will become proficient readers. There is no evidence that younger students learn at a faster pace.
D)   If properly taught most students, even those who have fallen behind, will become proficient readers. Only the most severe cases of reading disability require one-on-one help.
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