The Best Evidence Encyclopedia (BEE) is a free website created by the Johns Hopkins University School of Education’s Center for Research and Reform in Education (CRRE). It is intended to give educators and researchers fair and useful information about the strength of the evidence supporting a variety of programs available for students in grades K-12.
The Children of the Code Project is a ‘case in point’ for how poorly our society understands learning and the personal and societal costs of unhealthy learning. Consisting of over 100 interviews with field leading scientists and scholars the COTC project has produced over 140 video segments that cover subjects ranging from the origin of writing to the neurology involved in producing the virtual language experience we call reading.
The Florida Center for Reading Research (FCRR) is an interdisciplinary research center at Florida State University. Drawing from multiple disciplines, FCRR investigates all aspects of reading and reading-related skills across the lifespan.
NCII is housed at the American Institutes for Research and works in conjunction with many of our nation's most distinguished data-based individualization (DBI) experts. The Mission of the NCII is to build capacity of state and local education agencies, universities, practitioners, and other stakeholders to support implementation of intensive intervention in reading, mathematics, and behavior for students with severe and persistent learning and/or behavioral needs.
The Project Ready! website provides access to preschool instructional and support materials created as part of the Project Ready! research project. Project Ready! is an ongoing project; thus, new materials will be added to the site as they become available. The instructional materials are written and owned by Dr. Amy Murdoch, Director of the Mount St. Joseph University Reading Science Program. Available on the website is a curriculum entitled Joyful Discoveries.
Webpage of the Reading Science Department at Mount St. Joseph University. Contains links to information about degree programs within the Department, as well as links to research and projects published by MSJ Reading Science faculty.