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International Reading Association
Award to honor and recognize a USA or international individual for outstanding contributions as a leader within the field of reading. The awardee must be a member of the funding source and must demonstrate an excellent influence on students, teachers, colleagues, children, and parents through instruction, lectures, writings, and/or research.
The awardee must also demonstrate the following characteristics:
(A) Initiation and development of original ideas that have increased knowledge and understanding of the reading process and/or improved practices in reading instruction and development;
(B) Selfless dedication and tireless efforts, encouragement and inspiration, unassuming devotion; service as a prophet (rather than a profiteer) in furthering the development of the field of reading;
(C) Outstanding contributions to the design and implementation of reading courses; outstanding lectures, over a long period, for reading professionals;
(D) The production of definitive material or important restructuring of existing material with exhaustive coverage of the given field, and outstanding contributions from the point of view of communication - brilliant pedagogy in print; and
(E) Superior service in several important capacities in reading, e.g. as teacher, scholar, researcher, psychologist, linguist, supervisor, author, lecturer, critic, administrator, counselor, or clinician.
GrantWatch ID#: 149430
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International Reading Association
IRA William S. Gray Citation of Merit
800 Barksdale Road
Newark, DE 19711
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