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Programmed Tutorial Reading

Struggling Readers

Programmed Tutorial Reading has limited evidence of effectiveness for struggling readers. The one qualifying study included in this review showed an effect size of +0.20.

About Programmed Tutorial Reading

Programmed Tutorial Reading is a program in which paraprofessional tutors are given step-by-step procedures for a series of lessons that children proceed through at their own levels and rates. The curriculum focuses on word attack and comprehension skills.

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For more on the review of Programmed Tutorial Reading, read the BEE review of struggling readers.

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