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June 1, 2018
This paper builds on the Landscape Report on Early Grade Literacy 1, which outlined the evidence base for how children learn to read and understand text.
January 1, 2018
A feasibility study was conducted to test a storybook intervention to increase early reading skills of 25 young signing deaf children of ages 4-9 in grades K through third grade. The children had wide ranges of hearing losses, non-verbal IQs, and signing skills.
Region: United States
April 3, 2017
Central to achieving the goal of early grade leaerners' literacy skills is building teachers' capacity to teach foundational reading skills that are key for successful reading and comprehension abilities needed for learning content across the curriculum.
January 9, 2017
The goal of this landscape report is to review and summarize available empirical evidence on early grade literacy acquisition and instruction in developing countries.
January 1, 2017
The national policy in deaf education in Mainland China primarily focuses on oral/aural instruction and hearing rehabilitation. The curriculum in primary grades is specifically structured on speech and hearing skills for language development.
September 6, 2016
This report presents findings from a two year randomized control trial of Save the Children's Literacy Boost intervention in Rwanda. Literacy Boost provides regular, in-service teacher training on effective practices in early primary literacy instruction.
August 1, 2016
The government of Malawi, through the MoEST, with support from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Department for International Development (DFID) is implementing a National Reading Program (NRP).
June 20, 2016
UNESCO Ebook Examines Understanding What Works in Oral Reading Assessments
May 23, 2016
Over the past quarter century an effort to prioritize child learning outcomes and in particular literacy and numeracy—what we term the ‘foundational learning agenda’—has gradually gained traction in the global education field.
Region: United States