News Longitudinal Study: Third-Party Study Shows Gains are Permanent

January 18, 2007

Longitudinal Study Shows Read Right Gains Are Permanent Elementary and middle school students with mild to severe reading problems can become excellent readers and retain the improvement over time when teachers and classroom aides provide them with Read Right tutoring, a long-term study shows.

The special grant-funded study was conducted at Union Gap School in central Washington, a K-8 school of about 600 students. Results of the study were presented by Union Gap teacher and Read Right program site coordinator Faye Fulton at the international Rodin Remediation Conference in Washington D.C. in October. Read The PDF