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Reading Research & Reports


Research & ReportsBrowse our library of research and reports for educators, researchers, policymakers,  graduate students, curriculum development specialists and school administrators. In this section, you'll find federal reports on reading as well as sources of reading research. You can also browse reading research by topic.

Federal reports on reading

Major federal reports on reading readiness, struggling readers and effective reading instruction. View >

Sources of reading research

Reading and literacy research from the U.S. Department of Education, journals, associations and others. View >

Whenever possible, we've provided a link to a free, online version of the research article, study, or book. Or, you'll find a link to a publisher, journal, or online bookstore where you can purchase the resource. You may also want to check with your university or public library, which often has access to online databases and journals where research articles and reports can be found.

General and more practitioner-oriented articles on reading can be found in the Reading Topics A-Z section.

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