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Students Exceed State Average on TAKS after Fast ForWord, Maintain Gains

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Uploaded on Apr 11, 2011

Since the 2004-2005 school year, the Dallas Independent School District has used the Fast ForWord products in many of their high schools. This multi-year study followed more than 500 high school students from 20 schools over the years of their Fast ForWord participation. This study shows impressive longitudinal results on the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills (TAKS) which is administered annually throughout Texas and is closely aligned with the state curricular standards.

Students started with the Fast ForWord Middle & High School product, now known as the Fast ForWord Literacy product. Many went on to use the Fast ForWord Language to Reading and Fast ForWord to Reading products. On average, students spent 60 days using the products during a 5 ½ month period.

The scores of Fast ForWord participants moved in step with the state average until the students started to use Fast ForWord products. During the year of Fast ForWord product use, the participants experienced accelerated learning that separated their performance from that of their peers. Even up to two years after they finished using the products, the Fast ForWord participants maintained their improvements. The TAKS gains made during the study were statistically larger for the Dallas Fast ForWord participants than the gains made by their statewide peers.

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