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Accelerated Reader Impact on Feelings about Reading and Library Use: A Survey of Fifth Grade Students in Lee County, Florida, To Determine How a Computerized Reading Management Program Affects Attitudes toward Reading and the Media Center and Frequency of Library Use

A study examined how Accelerated Reader Program (a computerized reading management program used in elementary education) affected attitudes toward reading and use of the media center. Fifth-grade students in three Lee County, Florida schools were surveyed. One school had no Accelerated Reader program in place; one school had a mandatory Accelerated Reader Program; and one school had a voluntary Accelerated Reader Program.

  • Author/Creator: Rosenheck, Donna, et al.,
  • Date Published: 05-00
  • Year: 1996

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