Predicting Student Success on the Third Grade Reading Achievement Assessment in Ohio
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This study aimed to assist school leaders in identifying which diagnostic reading measures will best identify students at risk of not passing the Ohio Third Grade Reading Achievement Assessment. The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship of students performance on five district diagnostic reading measurement tools (1) KRA-L; (2) AIMS probes from second grade administration; (3) DRA literacy assessment; (4) Star Reading Assessment from second grade; (5) standards based report card indicators and their performance on the October administration of the Ohio Third Grade Reading Achievement Assessment. Cramer found that for every subgroup, except students with disabilities, Star Reading best predicts passage on the Ohio Third Grade Reading Achievement Assessment.
Citation: Cramer, T. M. (2010). Predicting student success on the third grade reading achievement assessment in Ohio [Doctoral dissertation]. Bowling Green State University.
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