Exploring Program Implementation: Demographic, Programmatic and Institutional Predictors of Student Lexile Growth in an Urban School District

Terica Butler, Mary Keller Boudreaux


The purpose of this research study determined the possible predictors that contributed to student Lexile growth after enrollment in a comprehensive reading program - READ 180 for an academic school year. This study explored student demographics, program characteristics, and institutional factors that significantly impacted student Lexile growth. More specifically, this research study determined factors that significantly impacted student Lexile growth after receiving a comprehensive reading intervention for the 2010-2011 school year. The significant findings in the study assists administrators when identifying correct student population, adhering to implementation recommendations, and employing school-level guidelines to ensure fidelity of implementation.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ire.v3i1.6400


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