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5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, K12 assessment and learning analytics company Renaissance Learning announced the most significant evolution in the history of its flagship product with the rollout of Accelerated Reader 360 (AR 360).
Steven Salisbury, Librarian at Grace Academy Coventry, added: "Since Accelerated Reader was introduced, we have seen an 80% increase in the number of books borrowed from the library and, in the first full year, our Year 7 students read a total of 32 million words and an average 1,164 words every school day.
The purpose of the current study was to add to the literature by examining the relationship between age of entry into formal education and participation in the Accelerated Reader (AR) program.
Annotations describe the series' appeal, important characters, plots, themes, and issues, and list the publisher, grade level, genre, author, accelerated reader resources, related materials, and titles in the series.
I use Accelerated Reader and Reading Renaissance for my seventh-grade literature class.
The statement by Todd Oppenheimer in "Selling Software" (features, Spring 2007) that Renaissance Learning's Accelerated Reader has not been "held up to serious scrutiny" is simply inaccurate.
Impact of the Accelerated Reader technology-based literacy program on overall academic achievement and school attendance.
The Accelerated Reader play-script workshops and reading mentor project run permanently, but the school also holds special events throughout the year.