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Although Imagine It! is no longer offered for sale to new customers, we’d like to introduce you to SRA Open Court Reading.

SRA Open Court Reading is a curriculum you can trust that delivers a legacy of success spanning over 50 years. With an explicit, systematic approach to teaching, learning is exciting and engaging for all students.

Learn more about SRA Open Court Reading.

About the Program

Although Imagine It! is no longer offered for sale to new customers, we’d like to introduce you to SRA Open Court Reading.

SRA Open Court Reading is a curriculum you can trust that delivers a legacy of success spanning over 50 years. With an explicit, systematic approach to teaching, learning is exciting and engaging for all students.

Not Affiliated with Imagine Learning’s elementary reading and writing programs.

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Imagine It! Research & Success

  • Efficacy Report: Union Park Elementary (Orlando, FL)
  • Inquiry As An Instructional Approach
    This document offers research into the use of inquiry as an instructional technique with students. Inquiry involves students asking questions and developing their theories and explanations of educational questions.
  • Vocabulary: The Missing link Between Reading and Literacy
    This document lists research that shows the importance of vocabulary instruction and the best ways to teach vocabulary.
  • Helping Young Students Become Self-Regulated Writers
    This report documents research into writing instruction that guided the development of Imagine It!
  • Test Score Gains for Open Court Schools in CA
    The results in this report show that Open Court schools outgain Non-Open Court comparison schools by 50 to 75 percent [19 points vs 12 points for grade 2, 13 points vs 7 points for grade 3] based on 3-year gain scores involving about 300 schools. The largest differences involve schools serving concentrations of Low Socio-Economic Status students, where the differences over 3 years are most impressive [23 point gains for Open Court schools compared to 9 point gains for Non-Open Court schools]. Based on 1-year gains for more than 700 schools, Open Court schools outgain Non-Open Court comparison schools by a factor of four [5.2 points vs 1.2 points for grade 2]. The results of the study provide clear and convincing evidence that students attending schools using Open Court materials acquire basic reading skills faster than students attending demographically similar schools not using Open Court materials.
  • Orange County Elementary Schools Trust SRA Literacy Programs for Improved Results
    This report provides evidence of improved growth in the number of students scoring proficient or above on state standardized tests.
  • Results with Imagine It!
    This report provides evidence of success for the Imagine It! program for ELL students, students with disabilities, and students in the conventional classroom.