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Federally Funded Research
The research findings from more than 30 years of studies under two very expensive federally funded programs are now available. The results confirm what we've known for decades: Direct, intensive, systematic and explicit phonics instruction is a necessary component of any successful and effective reading program.

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The Voice of Evidence in Reading Research - 2004
Edited by Peggy McCardle, Ph.D., M.P.H., & Vinita Chhabra, M.Ed.
Foreword by Catherine Snow
Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.
496 pages • 6 x 9 jacketed hardcover
ISBN 1-55766-672-5 • $29.95
800-638-3775 • fax: 410-337-8539

Robert W. Sweet, Jr., NRRF co-founder, has written a chapter for this new book, which discusses the latest in reading research. The book is best introduced by the press release. To view a table of contents or order the book, visit the Brookes Publishing Web site.

Reading Recovery Research
Schools across the country are rushing to adopt this whole-language tutoring program at great expense, even though research indicates that it doesn't live up to its expectations.

Surveys of Experimental Research on Reading Instruction

Teacher Education Research

The Missing Foundation in Teacher Education, by Louisa Cook Moats, Ph.D



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