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Early Reading First annual evaluation report: Enhanced Language and Literacy Success project: Year 1: 2008-2009 school year


The Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools/Vanderbilt University Early Reading First project, Enhanced Language and Literacy Success (ELLS), contracts with Sandra Wilson, Associate Director of the Peabody Research Institute at Vanderbilt University, to conduct an independent evaluation of the program. The evaluation has focused on two aspects of the program: (1) an evaluation of curriculum implementation, and (2) detailed assessments of child outcomes. This addendum to the annual report for 2008-2009 will provide information about both these aspects. (author abstract)

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United States

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