END OF INTERVENTION READING RECOVERY DECISIONS AND SUBSEQUENT ACHIEVEMENT

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Susan C Gapp; Garreth Zalud; Dale Pietrzak
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Description: This research investigated the relationship between end of Reading Recovery intervention decisions and predicting later reading achievement. Regression analysis was used to determine if the decision to end intervention could be used to predict (a) student performance-level categories [below basic, basic, proficient, advanced] and (b) student reading achievement on Normal Curve Equivalency (NCE) scores in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades. The findings showed that end of intervention decision did predict performance level categories and reading achievement on NCE scores at 3rd and 4th grades but not at 5th grade. The descriptive data demonstrated that students who successfully discontinued the need of the Reading Recovery intervention tended to perform in the proficient to advanced levels in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]
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