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101 The efficacy of utilizing a phonics treatment package with middle school deaf and hard-of-hearing students Trezek, B.; Malmgren, K. 2005 Project Follow Through
102 The effects of the Corrective Reading Decoding program on the basic reading skills and social adjustment of students with high-incidence disabilities Benner, G.; Kinder, D.; Beaudoin, K.; Stein, M.; Hirschmann, K. 2005 Project Follow Through
103 Schools and homes in partnership (SHIP): Long-term effects of a preventative intervention focused on social behavior and reading skill in early elementary school Smolkowski, K.; Biglan, A.; Barrera, M.; Taylor, T.; Black, C.; Blair, J. 2005 Project Follow Through
104 Language for Writing program evaluation Martella, R.; Waldron-Soler, K. 2005 Project Follow Through
105 Formulating Secondary-Level Reading Interventions Kamps, D.; Greenwood, C. 2005 Project Follow Through
106 Effects of two instructional paces on pre-K children’s participation rate, accuracy, and off-task behavior in the Language for Learning program Tincani, M.; Ernsbarger, S.; Harrison, T.; Heward, W. 2005 Project Follow Through
107 Reading decoding and fluency of high school students with special needs: The effectiveness of Corrective Reading Gibbs, C. 2004 Project Follow Through
108 Teacher expectations of low-SES preschool and elementary children: Implications of a research-validated instructional intervention for curriculum policy and school reform Joseph, B. 2004 Project Follow Through
109 The effects of an additional timed reading on reading rate Sulgrove, M. K.; McLaughlin, T. 2004 Project Follow Through
110 The effectiveness of the Reading Mastery Reading program when teaching learning support students how to read Lutz, A. R. 2004 Project Follow Through
111 The effects of a first day and second day reads on reading accuracy with Reading Mastery III Textbook B for a fifth grade student with learning disabilities Fitzpatrick, E.; McLaughlin, T.; Weber, K. 2004 Project Follow Through
112 Effects of instruction in the Corrective Reading and Voyager Reading programs on the reading skills of students enrolled in a university program Edmondson, C. A. 2004 Project Follow Through
113 Using school reform models to improve reading achievement: A longitudinal study of Direct Instruction and Success For All in an urban district Ross, S.; Nunnery, J.; Goldfeder, E.; McDonald, A.; Rachor, R.; Fleischman, S. 2004 Project Follow Through
114 Project Pals: A description of a high school-based tutorial program using Corrective Reading and peer-delivered instruction Marchand-Martella, N.; Martella, R.; Bettis, D.; Blakely, M. 2004 Project Follow Through
115 Effects of Corrective Reading in a residential treatment facility for adjudicated youth Scarlato, M.; Asahara, E. 2004 Project Follow Through
116 Impediments to Scaling Up Effective Comprehensive School Reform Models Engelmann, S.; Engelmann, K. 2004 Project Follow Through
117 The impact of a structured reading curriculum and repeated reading on the performance of junior high students with emotional and behavioral disorders Strong, A.; Wehby, J.; Falk, K.; Lane, K. 2004 Project Follow Through
118 The effects of the Funnix beginning reading program on the reading skills of preschoolers Parlange, L. A. 2004 Project Follow Through
119 Teaching letter-sound correspondence to students with moderate intellectual disabilities Flores, M.; Shippen, M.; Alberto, P.; Crowe, L. 2004 Project Follow Through
120 Effects of a high school peer-delivered Corrective Mathematics program Parsons, J.; Marchand-Martella, N.; Waldron-Soler, K.; Martella, R. 2004 Project Follow Through
121 Leroy F. Greene Middle School, Sacramento, California SRA/McGraw-Hill, 2003 Project Follow Through
122 Woodstock Middle School, Millington, Tennessee SRA/McGraw-Hill, 2003 Project Follow Through
123 Wake County Public School System, Raleigh, North Carolina SRA/McGraw-Hill, 2003 Project Follow Through
124 Basic Model Project, Longwood University, Farmville Virginia SRA/McGraw-Hill, 2003 Project Follow Through
125 Colonial High School: Orlando, Florida SRA/McGraw-Hill, 2003 Project Follow Through

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