The latest issue of Better: Evidence-based Education, published by the Institute for Effective Education at the University of York, is on struggling readers. The articles cover a wide range of issues, including: Effective reading interventions for secondary pupils How code-based support delivered by teaching assistants can make a difference Why struggling readers need support that combines the teaching of specific skills and strategies with building motivation. You can see the full list of articles, and read a sample article (on using team meetings as a forum for effective vocabulary CPD), here. Please complete this form to be sent a copy of the magazine free and to sign up for future issues. I hope you find it useful.