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Smith, J. K., Given, L. M., Julien, H., Ouellette, D., & DeLong, K. (2013). Information literacy proficiency: Assessing the gap in high school students’readiness for undergraduate academic work. Library & Information Science Research , 35 (2), 88-96. South Carolina Department of Education. (2015). ADEPT overview. Retrieved 11 May 2015, from https://ed.sc.gov/agency/programs-services/50/adeptoverview. cfm Whitehead, B. M., Jensen, D. F., & Boschee, F. (2013). Planning for technology: A guide for school administrators, technology coordinators, and curriculum leaders . Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press. Zvoch, K., & Stevens, J. J. (2003). A multilevel, longitudinal analysis of middle school math and language achievement. Educational Policy Analysis Archives, 11(20). Retrieved 4 May 2015, from http://epaa.asu.edu/ojs/article/view/248/374  Todd Cherner ( tcherner@coastal.edu ) is an assistant professor of education. As part of the Spadoni College of Education’s faculty, Todd teaches literacy courses and English teaching methods course to pre-service middle and high school teachers. Todd’s personal mission for his work is to help support marginalized populations by preparing highly qualified teachers to work in schools that traditionally serve these populations. Additionally, Todd is very interested in using technology to support students’ digital literacy skills.

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