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Ann,

LSCHE, a key resource for the learning support professional, lists graduate
programs in developmental education at 
http://www.pvc.maricopa.edu/~lsche/resources/degreeprograms.htm 

Grambling State University has a doctoral program with an option in
Curriculum & Instruction -- Reading.  See the Grambling 2005-2007 catalog
pages 103-104 for details:
http://www.gram.edu/docs/GSU2005-07catalog.pdf 

Contact Dr. Bill White (copied on this note) there to learn more about the
program.



Thanks!

Alan Craig

Coordinator-Dunwoody Learning & Tutoring Center
Georgia Perimeter College
2101 Womack Road
Dunwoody, GA 30338
770-274-5242
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Subject: Doctoral programs in Dev. Ed.

I'm interested in information about doctoral programs in developmental
education, especially any with an emphasis in developmental reading. Can
anyone direct me?

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