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Success for All. Robert Slavin, CRESPAR, 3505 North Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21218-2498. 410/516-8800

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Reach Out and Read (ROAR). Boston City Hospital, Mat 5, 818 Harrison Avenue, Boston, MA 02118. 617/534-5701

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Reading Recovery. Gay Su Pinnell or Carol Lyons, The Ohio State University, Ramseyer 200, 29 W. Woodruff, Columbus, Ohio 43210.

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Beginning with Books. Elizabeth Segel, Ph.D., Co-Director, Beginning with Books, 7101 Hamilton Ave., Pittsburgh PA 15208. segele@clpgh.org

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Book Buddies. Connie Juel, Director of Studies in Learning to Read, University of Virginia, 405 Emmet St., Charlottesville, VA. 804/924-1380

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Reading One-One. Professor George Farkas, University of Texas at Dallas. farkas@utdallas.edu

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