Annual Monitoring of Reading Recovery: 2001 Data Publications
This report presents data from the 2001 year on the number of schools and students who participated in Reading Recovery during 2001, and reports on the broad outcomes for students.
Author(s): Research Division, Ministry of Education.
Date Published: 2002
Reading Recovery is a programme designed by Dame Marie Clay, previously Professor of Education at the University of Auckland. It is an early intervention programme which aims to eliminate reading failure by providing intensive, individual help to any child who is falling behind in reading and writing after one year at school.
In 2001, as in previous years, Reading Recovery was available to state (including state-integrated) primary and composite schools. In addition, in 2001, 12 private schools and one health camp also implemented a Reading Recovery programme. Given that the programme is primarily used in state primary schools, the article presents information on participating six-year-olds from regular state and state integrated schools only. Reading Recovery data have been monitored and reported on annually since 1984, this report is a continuation of that annual series.
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