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New research could prompt schools to reexamine their investment in Reading Recovery, one of the world's most widely used reading intervention programs. Gary John Norman/Getty Images hide caption

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A popular program for teaching kids to read just took another hit to its credibility

Reading Recovery is one of the world's most widely used reading intervention programs for young children. A new study questions its long-term impact.

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New research could prompt schools to reexamine their investment in Reading Recovery, one of the world's most widely used reading intervention programs. Gary John Norman/Getty Images hide caption

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A popular program for teaching kids to read just took another hit to its credibility

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