Ann Arbor, MI: Center for the Improvement of Early Reading Achievement.
What does CIERA stand for?
CIERA stands for Center for the Improvement of Early Reading Achievement
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- Course/Instructor Evaluation Questionnaire (Arizona)
- Center for Integrative Environmental Research (University of Maryland)
- Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources (est. 1994; Manitoba, Canada)
- Centre for Informatics Education Research (Open University; London, England, UK)
- Centre for International Education and Research (UK)
- Centre Interdisciplinaire d'Étude du Religieux (French: Interdisciplinary Religious Study Center)
- Centrul de Informare, Educare Si Resurse (Romania)
- Comisión de Integración Energética Regional (Montevideo, Uruguay - Regional Energetic Integration Commission)
- Council-Certified Indoor Environmental Remediator (American Council for Accredited Certification)
- Center for International Education and Research in Accounting
- Centre Interdisciplinaire d'Étude des Religions et de la Laïcité (French: Interdisciplinary Center for the Study of Religions and Secularism; Belgium)
- Certified Implementer of Enterprise Resource Planning
- Canada Immigration and Education Services (Calgary, Alberta, Canada)
- Capital Investment Entrant Scheme (Hong Kong)
- Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies (Millbrook, NY)
- Centre d'Initiation à l'Enseignement Supérieur (French)
- Centre International des Etudiants et Stagiaires (French)
- Centro de Investigação e Estudos de Sociologia (Portugese)
- Centro Informazione e Educazione allo Sviluppo (Italian: Center for Development Education and Information)
- Centro Informazione ed Educazione Allo Sviluppo
Samples in periodicals archive:
Neuman is a professor and director of the Center for the Improvement of Early Reading Achievement at the University of Michigan.
Taylor and other researchers at the Center for the Improvement of Early Reading Achievement (1999) found that home communication, student engagement, time spent reading independently, and time spent in reading instruction (with emphasis on word recognition approaches and comprehension instruction) contribute to success in reading.