SAReads rigorously monitors the impact of research-based programs on children's reading outcomes. We will not stop until children are reading on grade level. The data reveal a critical pattern. In order to raise reading achievement, classroom teachers must be equipped with the knowledge and tools to meet their students’ language and literacy needs.
Results & Impact
Kindergarten through 4th grade students participte in SAReads tutoring.
Elementary teachers participate in the SAReads project to embed SBRI campus wide at Spicewood Park Elementary School.
Preservice Teachers enrolled at Texas A&M University - San Antonio College of Education and Human Development apply SBRI methods as SAReads tutors.
Children, teachers and nonprofits receive free books from the SAReads Book Bank.
Reading results for SAReads students by grade for academic years 2013-2017.
The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) snapshot provides average reading outcomes for fourth graders by year, race/ethnic group and income status.
View the America's Most Literate Cities Report by Connecticut State University. In 2016, San Antonio was ranked 76th out of 82 cities. Ten Texas cities are ranked in the report.