Note; This page is reserved from the old National Reading Panel website.
Report of the National Reading Panel
“Teaching Children to Read” | Summary Report
The Summary Report is an ideal resource for anyone who wants to understand the purpose, methodology, and results of the National Reading Panel’s findings on reading instruction research.
This 35-page report explains the origin of the Panel and its congressional charge. It succinctly describes the research methodology used and the findings of each of the Panel subgroups: (1) Alphabetics, (2) Fluency, (3) Comprehension, (4) Teacher Education and Reading Instruction, and (5) Computer Technology and Reading Instruction. This report also offers insightful information provided by Panel members on reading instruction topics that may require further exploration.
This report is an excellent resource for parents, teachers, administrators, or anyone interested in learning about reading instruction research.
If you want to find this report and PDF it is still available elsewhere on the internet.