Researchers find direct reading program less effective

01/28/2004 | Education Week

A University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee study of the Direct Instruction reading program found that students did not improve their scores on a standardized test as much as students in a less-scripted Houghton Mifflin reading program. Proponents of Direct Instruction, which is authorized to be used under the federal Reading First grants program, questioned the study's methodology.

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