The department also provides specialized study at the doctoral level in reading, with emphasis on the study and practice of research in selected areas of literacy from early childhood through adult years. A major goal of all graduate programs is to develop leadership potential and skills for graduates of these programs and to encourage effective teaching practice in all areas of public schools and at the college level. At all levels of study, the interrelationships of theory and practice are valued, as students are led to develop theory and new knowledge leading to integration of research and teaching. The department also offers services to teachers, schools, parents, and the community in the form of courses, programs of study, and expert consultation and advice on literacy teaching and learning.
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