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What constitutes a clinical practice, in general, is not well-deﬁned in the literature (NCATE, 2010) and experiences vary greatly among teacher preparation programs (IRA, 2003; Levine, 2006; Roskos, Vukelich, & Risko, 2001). Yet, clinical practices are conducted in reading clinics on and off college and university campuses, in district schools, in professional development schools, and during student teaching.