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Editor's Pick  What Works: Beginning Reading
Reviews of programs, products, practices, and policies intended to increase skills in alphabetics, reading fluency, comprehension, or general reading achievement for students in grades K-3 GO >
Editor's Pick  Early Reading First
Program to ensure that all children enter kindergarten with the language, cognitive, and early reading skills needed for success in school. GO >
Editor's Pick  Reading First
Program to help states and school districts establish high-quality reading instruction in kindergarten through grade 3. GO >
Editor's Pick  National Institute for Literacy
Information on research, practices, and policies aimed at improving reading instruction for children, youth, and adults. GO >
Editor's Pick  Teaching Materials from ED Summer Workshops
Instructional materials from teachers' presentations on monitoring reading, building fluency, comprehension, teaching Chinese, reading intervention in secondary schools, writing in content areas, English language learners, and more. (2006) GO >
Editor's Pick  Improving Adolescent Literacy
Five recommendations to improve literacy among adolescents in the upper elementary, middle, and high school grades. GO >
Editor's Pick  Book Donation Campaign
ED, First Book, and U.S. book publishing companies are working together to provide free books to schools, libraries, and literacy organizations serving low-income youth, especially in high-need communities. GO >
Editor's Pick  Eager to Learn: Educating Our Preschoolers
National Research Council report on the education of children ages 2-5. Suggests ways to improve early childhood education in preschool programs, child care centers, and other settings. GO >
Editor's Pick  Early Reading and Scientifically-Based Research
A presentation from the February 2003 National Title I Directors' Conference. GO >
Editor's Pick  Early Development and Learning National Center
Research and resources related to the cognitive, social, and emotional development of children (birth-8). GO >
Editor's Pick  National Reading Panel
Publications from a panel formed, at the request of Congress (1997), to assess different approaches used to teach children to read. GO >
Editor's Pick  Preventing Reading Difficulties in Young Children
Landmark report on the process of learning to read, predictors of reading success and failure, preventing difficulties before kindergarten, instructional and organizational strategies, helping children with reading difficulties, and recommendations for practice and research. GO >
Editor's Pick  Research Center on Early Reading (CIERA)
Research and resources for improving efforts to teach all children to read. GO >
Editor's Pick  Publications
How to help children become strong readers, what to look for in early reading programs, and more. GO >
Editor's Pick  Starting Out Right: A Guide to Promoting Children's Reading Success
How children learn to read and how adults can help. GO >
Editor's Pick  Teaching Children to Read
A 20-minute video highlights and brings the findings of evidence-based reading research to those with an interest in helping all people learn to read well. GO >
Editor's Pick  The Importance of High-Quality Reading Instruction
Describes the knowledge base teachers need if they are to teach all children to read well. GO >
Editor's Pick  Guide for Preschool Teachers, Child Care and Family Providers
What can be done to help children to develop their language abilities, increase their knowledge, become familiar with books and other printed materials, learn letters and sounds, recognize numbers, and learn to count. GO >
Editor's Pick  Reading Report Card
What U.S. students know and can do in reading. GO >
Editor's Pick  Reading Assessment Framework
Describes the content and test design for the 2009 national assessment in reading (NAEP). GO >
Editor's Pick  Teaching resources and lesson plans for language arts
From federal agencies. GO >
Editor's Pick  Additional Reading Organizations
Organizations that provide information or assistance. GO >
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