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An Analysis of "Corrective Reading" Research.

  title={An Analysis of "Corrective Reading" Research.},
  author={Angela M. Przychodzin-Havis and Nancy E. Marchand-Martella and Ronald C. Martella and Darcy A. Miller and Lisa Warner and Beth Leonard and Susan Narelle Chapman},
This paper provides an analysis of Corrective Reading research. A research review of 28 published studies was completed. Twenty-three studies examined the effectiveness of Corrective Reading as delivered by teachers in general education (n = 4), special education (n = 12), and alternative education (n = 7) settings. Five studies examined the effects of Corrective Reading as implemented by paraprofessionals or peer instructors in general education (n = 4) and special education (n = 1) settings… 

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