Closing the Reading Gap: First Year Findings from a Randomized Trial of Four Reading Interventions for Striving Readers. Washington, DC: Corporation for the Advancement of Policy Evaluation

@inproceedings{Torgesen2006ClosingTR,
  title={Closing the Reading Gap: First Year Findings from a Randomized Trial of Four Reading Interventions for Striving Readers. Washington, DC: Corporation for the Advancement of Policy Evaluation},
  author={Joseph K. Torgesen and David P Myers and Allen L. Schirm and Elizabeth A. Stuart and Sonya Vartivarian and Wendy Mansfield and Fran Stancavage and Donna Durno and Rosanne Javorsky and Cinthia Haan},
  year={2006}
}
This report presents interim findings from the Power4Kids evaluation. Conducted just outside Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in the Allegheny Intermediate Unit, the evaluation is assessing the effectiveness of either substantial parts or all of four widely used programs for elementary school students with reading problems: Corrective Reading, Failure Free Reading, Spell Read P.A.T., and Wilson Reading. The interventions for the evaluation were structured to offer about 100 hours of pull-out… CONTINUE READING

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