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Reading Improvement Data, Facts and Information

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Results from the North Dakota Youth Correctional Center, Mandan

The first chart below indicates that 19 corrections students, 13 of whom qualified for special education, registered an average grade level gain of 2.4 on the Gates MacGinitie Reading Test, Comprehension sub-set in the Read Right intervention program. The second chart reveals that the special education students averaged a grade level gain of 2.7.

All Students


All Students: GE Gain 2.4

Special Education Students


Special Education Students: GE Gain 2.7

Results from a 12-week Pilot at the Mission Creek Camp for Juvenile Offenders at Belfair, WA

The first chart below indicates that 17 corrections students, 8 of whom qualified for special education, registered an average grade level gain of 3.2 on the Gates MacGinitie Reading Test, Comprehension sub-set in the Read Right intervention program. The second chart reveals that the special education students averaged a grade level gain of 2.6.

All Students


All Students: GE Gain 3.2

Special Education Students


Special Education Students: GE Gain 2.6

See Borman, G.D., Hewes, G.M., Overman, L.T. & Brown, S. (2003) Comprehensive School Reform and Achievement: A Meta-Analysis. Reviews of Educational Research, 73 (2), 125-230.

Read Right should be offered to every kid in kindergarten on up. Now, after becoming an excellent reader, I know I wouldn’t have ended up in a place like this. Now, I have the problem solving skills to know that I could have made different decisions with better outcomes for myself. (Kyle is now a licensed practical nurse)

— Kylie Mandan, Youth Correctional Facility, Mandan, ND —