Research, Success, and Thought Leadership for
the Wonders Literacy Curriculum
Wonders Research and Success
Wonders uses research-proven best practices to help students grow as readers, writers, communicators, and life-ready learners. Explore our qualitative and quantitative data demonstrating the program's efficacy and success.
A third-party evaluation of text complexity and quality, knowledge building, and usability, in which Wonders met all expectations and achieved several of the highest possible scores.
Case studies and testimonials from a range of customers in districts with differing needs, all of whom acknowledge that Wonders contributed to student success.
An independent efficacy study, in which the students using Wonders showed significant gains from beginning-of-year to end-of-year exams, indicating "promising" evidence of program impact.
English Learners Research
Using research-based routines that are designed to support English learners, Wonders ELL components support the four domains of English language acquisition: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Learn more about our research-based practices:
How to Teach English Learners Based on the Science of Reading: An Interview with Dr. Jana Echevarria
Wonders draws upon decades of rigorous literacy research studies, as well as collaborative work with preeminent reading researchers and experts, to provide high-quality literacy instruction.
Watch these quick videos to find out how one school district used Wonders to boost student engagement and support blended learning.
Discover simple teaching tips from McGraw Hill Curriculum Specialists that you can implement today!