Reading Success, SRA

Grade Levels: 4-12
Written for students in Grades 4 through Adult, this supplemental reading intervention program requires only 25 minutes, 3 days per week, to dramatically improve students’ ability to understand what they read.

About the Program

Help your students gain and master essential comprehension skills and strategies with Reading Success. Written for students in Grades 4 through Adult, this supplemental reading intervention program requires only 25 minutes, 3 days per week, to dramatically improve students’ ability to understand what they read. Reading Success is ideal for Tier 1 enhancement, Tier 2 intervention, Summer School, and extended day classes.

Reading Success teaches students to comprehend by teaching them explicit comprehension strategies that can be applied to any reading task, including:

  • determining main idea and supporting details
  • identifying an author's purpose
  • paraphrasing
  • drawing inferences
  • and using context to figure out word meanings.

In addition, Reading Success is designed to help students transfer this knowledge to improve their performance on national and state assessments.

Four levels address the needs of struggling readers in Grades 4 to Adult. Students typically start at Foundations or Level A, based on their ability to decode and read fluently at a specific grade level:

  • Foundations, for students reading at a 3rd grade reading level
  • Level A, for students reading at a 4th grade reading level
  • Level B, for students reading at a 5th grade reading level
  • Level C, for students reading at a 6th grade reading level.


Program Components

  • Reading Success Foundations, Teacher Materials
    Reading Success Foundations, Teacher Materials
  • Reading Success Teacher Book, Level A
    Reading Success Teacher Book, Level A
  • Reading Success Teacher Book, Level B
    Reading Success Teacher Book, Level B
  • Reading Success Teacher Book, Level C
    Reading Success Teacher Book, Level C
  • Reading Success Foundations, Additional Blackline Masters
    Reading Success Foundations, Additional Blackline Masters
  • Reading Success Level A, Additional Blackline Masters
    Reading Success Level A, Additional Blackline Masters
  • Reading Success Level B, Additional Blackline Masters
    Reading Success Level B, Additional Blackline Masters
  • Reading Success Level C, Additional Blackline Masters
    Reading Success Level C, Additional Blackline Masters
  • Reading Success Foundations, Student Workbook
    Reading Success Foundations, Student Workbook
  • Reading Success Level A, Student Workbook
    Reading Success Level A, Student Workbook
  • Reading Success Level B, Student Workbook
    Reading Success Level B, Student Workbook
  • Reading Success Level C, Student Workbook
    Reading Success Level C, Student Workbook
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Additional Details & Resources

  • Assessing the Effects of the Reading Success Level A Program
    The purpose of this investigation was to assess the effects of the Reading Success Level A program on the comprehension skills of 93 fourth graders across four general education classrooms. Two general education teachers participated in this study over a 6-month period. Pre- and post test data were collected on individual student performance using the Scholastic Reading Inventory (SRI). In addition, within-program assessments including mastery quizzes and tests were administered as part of the program. Results showed that students who participated in Reading Success Level A demonstrated statistically significant gains in reading comprehension performance. In addition, at-risk readers made similar gains to those readers who were not at-risk indicating that Reading Success Level A was effective across students.
  • Assessing the Effects of the Reading Success Level B Program
    Abstract: This investigation examined the comparative effects of Reading Success Level B on the reading comprehension skills of 78 fifth graders across three general education classrooms. Three student subgroups were formed based on pretest Scholastic Reading Inventory (SRI) reading levels including high (n = 14), average (n = 50), and low (n = 14) performance groups. Pre- and posttest reading comprehension measures were collected using the SRI. Results showed students in the low performance group demonstrated statistically significant gains in comprehension when compared to students in the average and high performing groups. In addition, students in the average performance group demonstrated statistically significant gains when compared to the high performance group. Risk status did not affect comprehension growth. Implications for future research are discussed.
  • NCTE Survey of Secondary Reading Programs
    Research was conducted to understand the perceptions and needs inherent to members of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE). Specifically, they sought to:
    • Gain insights into the secondary reading/language arts/literature classroom with regards to:
      • Instructional materials currently in use
      • Technology availability and frequency of use
      • Attitudes toward online-only teacher materials
      • Preferred delivery method of student materials
    • Gather background information of NCTE members, including geographic location, current responsibilities, and years of experience. This document provides feedback on results conducted as to the effectiveness of Secondary Reading programs.