Reading Recovery

Reading Recovery is based on research suggesting that intensive, high quality intervention during the early years of school is the most productive investment of resources. Reading Recovery, researched and developed by Dr. Marie Clay, provides a supplementary model of instruction for children who are at-risk in their second year of primary (first grade).
The Collaborative Center for Literacy Development supports the implementation of Reading Recovery in districts where reading levels are low. Districts are assisted with the identification and assessment of literacy needs, professional development and coaching.

The University of Kentucky Reading Recovery Training Center is celebrating 15 years of service to the Commonwealth.