To truly know if your child is making progress in reading, you must use a measurable, data-driven means for tracking your child’s progress.

Learning to read well requires your child to master several skills. The skills include phonemic awareness, decoding simple words, and decoding multi-syllable words.Your child also needs to learn sight words that don’t follow phonemic conventions.
~Learning Able Kids

Key Takeaways:

Every school will want to set IEP goals for reading fluency with students. Follow a few simple examples to achieve an IEP goal in class.
Parents will be pleased to hear about a student making progress in school. They want to review these IEP goals in good time as well.
Reading fluency is directly tied to completion of IEP goals as they are designed. Follow a few simple examples to understand what IEP goals really mean too.

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