Irving ISD’s high – poverty John Haley Elementary School made headlines in the Dallas Morning News a few years back for its exceptional success achieving a 90 percent passing standard and an “exemplary” state rating. Among the many effective programs and strategies embraced by staff to raise student achievement, John Haley Elementary was using Read Right’s highly structured small-group tutoring program with “Tier III” students to transform them from extreme reading difficulties to competent, successful readers. Read The PDF
A Texas bi-county learning cooperative for special education services earned top honors a few years back for its highly successful Read Right Reading Intervention Program. The national award for Read Right program excellence was presented to the Freestone Navarro Bi – County Coop at a national conference held in Seattle, Wash. The Fairfield office was the only co-op in the country to receive the honor. The Read Right program has been a tremendous success, says Pat Harper, former executive director of special education (now retired).
“These students are passing TAKS tests, when they never did before,” Mrs. Harper adds. Read The PDF
I just want you to know that this whole experience thus far has been the best thing that has ever happened to Jonathan. You have given him something that I thought was lost. HOPE. I know that as a mother you can understand how heartbreaking it is to see someone you love so much struggle so hard and still get no results. Jonathan and I both know that all of that has changed and I could never thank you enough for relighting the end of that long dark tunnel he was following.— Donna T, Lanett, Alabama —