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It is very well-organized in a systematic and comprehensive way, following the hierarchy of phonological skills prescribed by the National Reading Panel (2001).
The StudyDog reading curriculum is research-based and was developed on principles described by the National Reading Panel and other key reading experts.
Then I happen across two lengthy reports, one of which has been produced by the National Reading Panel (NRP).
Interestingly, also in 2006, the National Council on Teacher Quality (Walsh, Glaser, & Wilcox, 2006), analyzed syllabi and textbooks assigned in reading methods courses in the United States and found that only 15% of the teacher education institutions sampled actually taught all the components of the science of reading, as identified by the National Reading Panel (NICHHD, 2000).
In fact the United States-based National Reading Panel whose investigations are largely the impetus for TLV, specifically excluded from its research database studies dealing with "foreign languages or non-English-speaking groups, or .
The National Reading Panel led directly to the federal Reading First program.
Also, based on the concept behind the National Reading Panel, the President issued an executive order creating a National Mathematics Advisory Panel (http://www.
Building on the National Reading Panel, the math advisory panel will convene experts to evaluate the effectiveness of various approaches to teaching math and, in so doing, create a research base to improve instructional methods for teachers.