The Integration of Renaissance Programs into an Urban Title I Elementary School, and its Effect on School-Wide Improvement.
Two schools, NA (city), Arizona (AZ)
DETAILS: Design: Independent, quasi-experimental; Sample: 2 demographically matched K-6 urban schools.
RESULTS: This study explored the impact of Accelerated Reader and best classroom practices. One school implemented Accelerated Reader and best practices for 5 years and had twice the free or reduced-price lunch population of the control school (36% vs. 18%), which implemented Accelerated Reader sporadically without best practices. Using survey and focus group data, in addition to Stanford 9 data, researchers found the treatment school gained 13 percentiles, while the control school made no gain.
AUTHORS: Linda Sadusky and Sarah Brem, PhD.
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