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Highlander Dunn Celebrates Fort Barton's Reading Scores

TIVERTON — Test score success at Tiverton’s Fort Barton Elementary School is being touted by the Rhode Island Literacy Project (RILP) as evidence of the benefits of school-based literacy reform. Highlander Dunn Institute, the organization that spearheads the RILP, pointed to results at the four participating state elementary schools following the release of 2010 NECAP...

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Highlander Dunn Partner Schools See Significant Literacy Gains!

While NECAP scores remained flat at the elementary levels across the state, the four partner elementary schools of the Rhode Island Literacy Project (run by the Highlander Dunn Institute) have experienced significant progress in reading over the past three years since the Project’s launch. “The fact that our four partner schools increased their reading NECAP...

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Highlander Institute's Article in the Journal of the International Dyslexia Association

As schools continue to wrestle with how to effectively match academic interventions with student needs, the Highlander-Dunn Institute and Cumberland Public Schools have partnered to develop an extended learning time model to raise the literacy proficiency of struggling readers. The model, which blends research-based literacy interventions with a strong emphasis on data analysis, was launched...

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