Reading Specialist Challenges

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I believe that a reading specialist will face numerous challenges, however at the same token; the challenges should motivate the reading specialist to work harder and sharpen their craft. As a reading specialist in my district that supports Title 1instruction, I believe some challenges I will face is a lack of resources. Although, some Title 1 schools have access to available resources, most don’t. I know without the right resources, the teachers and the students will not receive an accurate amount of support in reading comprehension, however with that being said, there are multiple grants that are given to Title 1 schools that can bring the proper materials into the classroom. I think the next challenge will be reading comprehension deficiency. …show more content…
It may be harder to produce parent involvement in assisting the students with homework support and etc. In spite of this, as a reading specialist, I will encourage and bring awareness to reading through literacy night events where the parents will learn how to increase their child’s reading comprehension through the education of enjoyable activities, lessons, and games that will be provided by me, teachers, administration, and school staff. Furthermore, the literacy night will offer tutoring for students and homework assistance tips for parents. The literacy night, in addition, will provide each parent with a free library card application to our school’s local

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