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Certified Teacher: Reading Recovery. 4 - WES
Boyle County School DistrictDanville, KY
The position will be a.4 position - Read to Achieve (RTA) Intervention teacher providing Reading Recovery (RR) Tier 3 Intervention and Leveled Literacy Intervention (LLI) Tier 2. The RTA/RR teacher may not be emergency certified or a teacher in the Kentucky Internship Program.
Certified Teacher: RTA Interventionist. 4 - WES
Boyle County School DistrictDanville, KY
Job Title: Certified Teacher: RTA Interventionist (. Certified Teacher: RTA Interventionist (. Applicants must be Current Reading Recovery Trained to provide reading recovery intervention and be a primary teacher with at least 3 years of successful teaching.
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Certified Teacher: Daytime Waiver Extended School Services Position. 6 Reading Recovery / RTA Interventionist - WES
Boyle County School DistrictDanville, KY
The position will be a.6 position (4.05 hours per day / 130 days)Read to Achieve (RTA) Intervention teacher providing Reading Recovery (RR) Tier 3 Intervention and Leveled Literacy Intervention (LLI) Tier 2.

rta jobs Title: certified teacher Company: boyle county school district in Danville, KY

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