Texas Primary Reading Inventory


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Texas Primary Reading Inventory

Neurology An abbreviated test for dyslexia developed at the U Tex-Houston. See Dyslexia.
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The Texas Primary Reading Inventory (TPRI), an individually administered assessment for students in kindergarten to the second grade, was used to collect quantitative data (see Table 2), since it was widely administered across the state and yielded a score from which it was possible to calculate a percentage of correct responses at two times during the school year.
The Texas Primary Reading Inventory (TPRI) Pilot Project is exploring the use of a handheld personal digital assistant to collect student performance data as teachers assess individual students using the TPRI.
Later, the Texas Primary Reading Inventory (TPRI) was revised by the Center for Academic and Reading Skills (CARS) - based at the University of Texas, Houston - in collaboration with the Texas Education Agency.
The grant will fund a five-year study entitled "Scaling Up Assessment-Driven Intervention Using the Internet and Handheld Computers" in which the team will study the large-scale effectiveness of the Texas Primary Reading Inventory (TPRI) and the Tejas LEE when administered with Web-based support, in-person support, and on handheld computers using Wireless Generation's mCLASS assessment platform.

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