Efficacy Research

Research Spotlight: Literacy Success Using Reading Eggs

WEBD 35 007 Research Spotlight Literacy Success Using Reading Eggs

During the 2016–17 academic year, Latisha D. Lowery, Ed.D., conducted a study to examine the effects of Reading Eggs on elementary reading growth. Lowery recruited two classrooms of 2nd graders at Fairfield Magnet School for Math and Science (FMSMS) in Winnsboro, South Carolina, to participate. One group received a supplemental Reading Eggs intervention for a minimum of 60 minutes per week for a six-week testing period. The author’s results revealed that the Reading Eggs program, when used as a supplement, was effective in improving reading proficiency scores.