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Evidence for ESSA

2015

https://www.evidenceforessa.org/programs/reading/reading-recovery

In December, 2015, Congress passed the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), replacing No Child Left Behind (NCLB) as the main federal law governing K-12 education. Within the bill are provisions with potentially revolutionary implications for education because they promote the use of federal dollars on programs with evidence of effectiveness. More evidence on what works to increase student success is available now than ever before, and ESSA encourages the use of strategies with evidence of impact. Evidence for ESSA is a non-partisan independent evaluation of evidence-based practices in education. Reading Recovery has been reviewed by Evidence for ESSA and designated as a Strong Literacy Intervention.


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THE JOURNAL OF READING RECOVERY

Fall 2023