A student who is low-income and can’t read at grade level by the end of third grade is 13 times less likely to graduate from high school with their peers.

Reading proficiently by third grade is critical to a child’s educational development. Falling behind creates challenges that negatively affect a student’s educational experience and self-esteem for years to come.

Working through our equity lens, Reading Results is committed to helping struggling learners get on the path toward academic success and a brighter future.

After One Year in Our Program

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average years of reading skill gained by our students
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average words per minute gained in reading fluency
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of students made gains on assessments for reading achievement

After One Year In Our Program

0
average years of reading skill gained by our students
0
average words per minute gained in reading fluency
0 %
of students made gains on assessments for reading achievement

Because all children have the right to read and succeed.

What People Are Saying

  • Our partnership with Reading Results has been amazing for our students. The confidence they experience as they become readers, and the joy they experience when they can unlock text and all the world the books provide, is really powerful.

    Dana Nerenberg Principal, Sitton Elementary School
  • Reading Results is one of the best examples in our community of an organization that has succeeded in building effective partnerships and delivering quality instruction to academic-priority children. The fact that the schools themselves invest in the program, at a time when resources are so scarce, is a sure sign of the high regard with which principals and teachers value the Reading Results program.

    Dan Ryan Portland City Commissioner
  • Not all children need an intervention program like this one. However, all children must learn to read and read well. Reading is the gatekeeper to their future. The work of the Reading Results assures that gate will be open to more children.

    Jane Fielding Former Principal, Portland Public Schools
  • Our students in Reading Results experience reading gains at a higher rate than those students who don’t have Reading Results.

    Tamala Newsome Former Principal, Portland Public Schools
  • “Reading Results has had a positive impact on our student data. The partnership allows us to target specific needs of our students, and we have seen growth in their reading ability because of the interventions provided by the Reading Results team. Reading Results has provided job opportunities for our parents, which helps raise the confidence and opportunities in our community. I value our partnership with Reading Results and consider the support a valued asset to our student’s success!”

    Ericka Guynes Principal, Earl Boyles Elementary School
  • “Reading Results is important because it helps kids gain lots of confidence with skills reading and writing.”

    “Also, the teachers get to have fun teaching the kids and watching them grow as readers.”

    Angelina and Noelle Reading Results Students
  • Our now second grader has always done everything at her own pace, and reading was no exception. We have been thrilled by how much confidence she has gained while participating in Reading Results. The support that the program has provided is invaluable in so much as it has made a fundamental change in the way that she approaches reading - one that we know will stay with her forever.

    Byron Reading Results Parent

Because all children have the right to read and succeed.

What People Are Saying

  • Our partnership with Reading Results has been amazing for our students. The confidence they experience as they become readers, and the joy they experience when they can unlock text and all the world the books provide, is really powerful.

    Dana Nerenberg Principal, Sitton Elementary School
  • Reading Results is one of the best examples in our community of an organization that has succeeded in building effective partnerships and delivering quality instruction to academic-priority children. The fact that the schools themselves invest in the program, at a time when resources are so scarce, is a sure sign of the high regard with which principals and teachers value the Reading Results program.

    Dan Ryan Portland City Commissioner
  • Not all children need an intervention program like this one. However, all children must learn to read and read well. Reading is the gatekeeper to their future. The work of the Reading Results assures that gate will be open to more children.

    Jane Fielding Former Principal, Portland Public Schools
  • Our students in Reading Results experience reading gains at a higher rate than those students who don’t have Reading Results.

    Tamala Newsome Former Principal, Portland Public Schools
  • “Reading Results has had a positive impact on our student data. The partnership allows us to target specific needs of our students, and we have seen growth in their reading ability because of the interventions provided by the Reading Results team. Reading Results has provided job opportunities for our parents, which helps raise the confidence and opportunities in our community. I value our partnership with Reading Results and consider the support a valued asset to our student’s success!”

    Ericka Guynes Principal, Earl Boyles Elementary School
  • “Reading Results is important because it helps kids gain lots of confidence with skills reading and writing.”

    “Also, the teachers get to have fun teaching the kids and watching them grow as readers.”

    Angelina and Noelle Reading Results Students
  • Our now second grader has always done everything at her own pace, and reading was no exception. We have been thrilled by how much confidence she has gained while participating in Reading Results. The support that the program has provided is invaluable in so much as it has made a fundamental change in the way that she approaches reading - one that we know will stay with her forever.

    Byron Reading Results Parent

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