COLUMBUS, Ohio--SRA/McGraw-Hill's Reading Mastery, a Direct Instruction program designed to provide explicit, systematic instruction in English language reading, was found to have positive effects on the reading achievement of English-language learners according to the What Works Clearinghouse (WWC), a group established by the government to provide educators, policymakers, researchers, and the public with scientific evidence of what works in education.

The two-year randomized control study cited by the WWC investigated the effects of supplemental reading instruction on English-language learners and focused on addressing student outcomes in reading achievement.

According to the WWC, SRA's Reading Mastery had substantively important effects on:

*Oral reading...

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