COLUMBUS, Ohio--Direct Instruction programs published by SRA/McGraw-Hill once again received one of the highest ratings of 22 comprehensive school reform models studied by American Institutes for Research (AIR).

An independent research non-profit group, AIR's Comprehensive School Reform Quality (CSRQ) Center recently released its updated report, "CSRQ Center Report on Elementary School Comprehensive School Reform Models," which was first produced in November 2005 and funded by the U.S. Department of Education to serve as a consumer's guide.

The study reviewed existing research on the 22 most widely used comprehensive school reform models and rated the programs on the strength of the evidence (e.g.,...

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