Two top reading research organizations — the Florida Center for Reading Research (FCRR) and the University of Oregon — give their highest marks to the Read Naturally program.
In 2006, the Florida Center for Reading Research gave Read Naturally the highest possible rating for fluency and comprehension (“all aspects taught and/or practiced”). The FCRR reports were intended to be “informational and factual” in order to help teachers and administrators choose classroom materials.
In its report about Read Naturally, the FCRR noted no weaknesses and several strengths, including the following:
The University of Oregon’s Reading First Curriculum Review gave Read Naturally its highest score — a 92% rating for fluency instruction (22 out of 24 possible points) — in its review of supplemental and intervention curricula.
Read Naturally tied for the sixth highest number of votes among over 100 supplemental and intervention programs evaluated as part of the Oregon Reading First initiative.
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