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SCOTT, JOHN J. – 1966
THE EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT OF 3,635 STUDENTS FROM EDUCATIONALLY DEPRIVED SCHOOLS WAS COMPARED WITH STUDENTS ATTENDING SCHOOLS WHERE HIGHER SOCIO-ECONOMIC LEVELS PREVAILED. RESULTS REVEALED SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCES WITH REGARD TO (1) LANGUAGE ARTS, (2) READING ACHIEVEMENT, (3) AREAS OTHER THAN LANGUAGE ARTS AND READING (ARITHMETIC AND PROBLEM…
Descriptors: Achievement Tests, Cognitive Development, Disadvantaged, Disadvantaged Youth
Moody, Barbara J., Ed.; And Others – 1968
A coding system for categorizing reading skills was developed in order to provide manuals for each grade level (preprimer through 6) that would aid teachers in locating materials on a particular skill by page number in a specific text. A skill code key of the skills usually taught at a given reading grade level is based on specific basal test…
Descriptors: Basic Reading, Codification, Corrective Reading, Elementary Education
Connor, John J. – 1968
The Supplementary Education Center of Worcester, Massachusetts, a Title III project, is a reading clinic designed to help seriously retarded readers. Its objectives are to provide a systematic diagnostic system, an individualized instructional program, a continuing evaluation of reading and instructional materials, and a training ground for…
Descriptors: Elementary Education, Federal Aid, Inservice Teacher Education, Instructional Materials
Moody, Barbara J., Ed.; And Others – 1968
A coding system for categorizing reading skills was developed in order to provide manuals for each grade level (preprimer through 6) that would aid teachers in locating materials on a particular skill by page number in a specific text. A skill code key of the skills usually taught at a given reading grade level is based on specific basal test…
Descriptors: Basic Reading, Codification, Corrective Reading, Elementary Education
Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC. – 1972
This is the ninth report describing notable reading projects funded under Title II of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. Projects combining Title II reading projects with a give-away book program in Alabama, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, and New Jersey are described. Although Title II funds cannot be used to provide books to…
Descriptors: Elective Reading, Reading Development, Reading Habits, Reading Interests