How Much Reading Gain Should be Expected from Reading Interventions? | Tim Shanahan

This week’s challenging question:
I had a question from some schools people that I’m not sure how to answer. I wonder if anyone has data on what progress can be expected of students in the primary grades getting extra help in reading. 

Let’s assume that the students are getting good/appropriate instruction, and the data were showing that 44% of students (originally assessed as “far below”) across grades 1-3 were on pace to be on grade level after 2 years of this extra help.

Is this expected progress for such students or less than what has been shown for effective early reading…

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