Mercer, Louise (2008) Treatment resistors. SPELD News, 40(3), pp. 21-22.
Treatment resistors, that is children whose reading skills have not responded to sustained periods of appropriate intervention, have long been the concern of parents, educators, clinicians and researchers. Rudolph Flesch's book of 1955, Why Johnny Can't Read and What You Can Do About It, sparked the "great (and largely continuing) debate" about appropriate instructional methods for teaching reading.
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