'Thanks to DI my child can read': Direct Instruction and the pathologization of Black students.

Halle-Erby, Kyle M.

Developed in the 1960s by Siegfried Engelmann, a White man without a background in education, Direct Instruction (DI) is a curriculum developed through mostly Black test groups and currently used in elementary and middle schools nationwide. Students in DI classrooms repeat small, skill-determined tasks that eventually make up larger concepts in math and reading. Teachers in DI classrooms read from... read more

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