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An Evaluation of the R3 Reading Program at Success Elementary School . April 10, 2013. Why Evaluate R3?. Children who lack necessary reading skills are at risk of underperforming in other subjects areas and places them at greater risk for failure in school (Lyon, 2009). Background.

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An evaluation of the r3 reading program at success elementary school

An Evaluation of the R3 Reading Program at Success Elementary School

April 10, 2013


An evaluation of the r3 reading program at success elementary school

Why Evaluate R3?

  • Children who lack necessary reading skills are at risk of underperforming in other subjects areas and places them at greater risk for failure in school (Lyon, 2009).











R3 program familiarity
R3 Program Familiarity

3

Very Familiar

Relatively Familiar

Somewhat Familiar

0.88

Not Familiar

0




An evaluation of the r3 reading program at success elementary school

Teacher Rating of R3 Coach Support

4

4

4

Outstandingly effective

Highly effective

Satisfactory

1.3

Minimally effective

0.7

0.5

0

0

Ineffective

0

Forming

Learning

Communities

Support Teacher Change

Student

Monitoring