This conclusion presents some closing thoughts on the concepts covered in the preceding chapters of this book. The book describes the combined additional research, lead to believe that developing a nation of proficient readers seems to be a more realistic attainable goal than closing the achievement gap in reading. The simple way to raise reading achievement among children experiencing poverty is to bus them to schools where the students at the school come from wealthier families where the level of school achievement is usually higher. The book addresses English language learners should master the language within the context of domains of knowledge such as mathematics, science, social studies, and the humanities and arts. Finally, it explains to learn about how cultural backgrounds, intergenerational teachings and learning, and community lifestyles and practices are represented in these family dialogues and influence language development, learning to read proficiently, and knowledge for higher literacy.