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51 Exceptional education and regular education students excel with Direct Instruction SRA/McGraw-Hill, 2006 Project Follow Through
52 Exploring barriers to the role of Corrective Reading in systematic school reform: Implications of a three-part investigation Vitale, M.; Kaniuka, T. S. 2009 Project Follow Through
53 Extensive Reading Interventions in Grades K-3: From Research to Practice Scammacca, N.; Vaughn, S.; Roberts, G.; Wanzek, J.; Torgesen, J. K. 2007 Project Follow Through
54 First year report on a jr. high LD class Arthur, C. 1986 Project Follow Through
55 Florida elementary students master reading in preparation for junior high SRA/McGraw-Hill, 2005 Project Follow Through
56 Fostering the Development of Reading Skill Through Supplemental Instruction: Results for Hispanic and Non-Hispanic Students Gunn, B.; Smolkowski, K.; Biglan, A.; Black, C.; Blair, J. 2005 Project Follow Through
57 Impact of improving student academic achievement on teachers' instructional expectations and decision-making: Implications for the school reform process Kaniuka, T. S. 1997 Project Follow Through
58 Implementing Corrective Reading: Coaching issues Hummel, J.; Wiley, L.; Huitt, W.; Roesch, M.; Richardson, J. 2002 Project Follow Through
59 Intensifying Reading Instruction for Students Within a Three-Tier Model: Standard-Protocol and Problem Solving Approaches within a Response-to-Intervention (RTI) System Marchand-Martella, N.; Ruby, S. F.; Martella, R. 2007 Project Follow Through
60 Interventions for reading difficulties: A comparison of response to intervention by ELL and EFL struggling readers Lovett, M.; Palma, M.; Frijters, J.; Steinbach, K.; Temple, M.; Benson, N.; Lacerenza, L. 2008 Project Follow Through
61 Leroy F. Greene Middle School, Sacramento, California SRA/McGraw-Hill, 2003 Project Follow Through
62 Nebraska District Outscores Peers Statewide SRA/McGraw-Hill, 0 Project Follow Through
63 Orlando school improves ESE scores with Corrective Reading SRA/McGraw-Hill, 2008 Project Follow Through
64 Payment for Reading: The Use of the Corrective Reading Scheme with Junior Maladjusted Boys Thorne, M. 1978 Project Follow Through
65 Progress in a high school LD class Arthur, C. 1988 Project Follow Through
66 Project Pals: A description of a high school-based tutorial program using Corrective Reading and peer-delivered instruction Marchand-Martella, N.; Martella, R.; Bettis, D.; Blakely, M. 2004 Project Follow Through
67 Reading achievement comparison of special education students instructed through the SRA Corrective Reading program Novak, N. L. 1997 Project Follow Through
68 Reading decoding and fluency of high school students with special needs: The effectiveness of Corrective Reading Gibbs, C. 2004 Project Follow Through
69 Reading Mastery Helps Wisconsin School Win Blue Ribbon Award SRA/McGraw-Hill, 0 Project Follow Through
70 Reading Mastery, Corrective Reading help students with disabilities achieve significant academic growth SRA/McGraw-Hill, 2006 Project Follow Through
71 Reading proficiency more than doubles among Putnam County special education students SRA/McGraw-Hill, 2006 Project Follow Through
72 Schools and homes in partnership (SHIP): Long-term effects of a preventative intervention focused on social behavior and reading skill in early elementary school Smolkowski, K.; Biglan, A.; Barrera, M.; Taylor, T.; Black, C.; Blair, J. 2005 Project Follow Through
73 Some effects of Direct Instruction in comprehension skills on intellectual performance Clunies-Ross, G. 1990 Project Follow Through
74 Special education students at California elementary school achieve AYP with Direct Instruction SRA/McGraw-Hill, 2008 Project Follow Through
75 Structured Immersion for Language Minority Students: Results of a Longitudinal Evaluation Gersten, R. 1985 Project Follow Through

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