This three-to-two matching grant aims to help qualifying schools continue efforts to identify research-based best practices for literacy instruction for non-English speakers or those with limited English proficiency. Grants will consist of an OpenBook AnyWhere software license sized to each school’s needs along with collateral support materials. The recipient will be asked to commit that the grant licenses be used in a scientifically-based research protocol that must include a control group for a research period of one year. Student participants will take a pre-assessment, mid-year assessment, and year-end assessment as directed by the research protocol. All assessments must meet applicable state standards and the research data must be made available for publication in a peer-reviewed format.
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