L2L students outperform non L2L on academic achievement measures
- L2L students outperform non L2L on academic achievement measures.
- L2L students using L2L 45 minutes per week (3 lessons) experienced on average a gain of 83 points from fall to spring, compared to non-L2L students who gained 50 points.
- L2L students scored 71 points higher on DIBELS Composite Scores compared to non-L2L students.
- On average L2L students were 53 points higher at the end of the school year compared to non L2L students.
- Students who are participating in L2L generally are scoring significantly higher on the CMAS/PARCC than those students who are not. Students who are not in L2L had an average score of 698 compared to students participating in L2L with a score of 768.
Research Conducted by Marsico Institute for Early Learning and Literacy. University of Denver: 16-17