|Arizona||Arizona Reading Curriculum Review Statute|
|Arkansas||Arkansas Smart Start|
|California||California Elementary School Intensive Reading Program|
|California||California High School English Professional Development Institutes|
Teacher training "provided pursuant to this section shall be consistent with state-adopted academic content standards" (statute). Preference for selection of institute participants is given to, among others, "Schools that have adopted standards-based materials approved by the State Board of Education."
|California||California Professional Development Institutes|
|California||California Reading Initiative|
The state board approved content standards in reading, writing, speaking and listening in 1998. These standards indicate the knowledge and competencies students must acquire at each grade level or, at the secondary level, grade cluster.
|Colorado||Colorado Basic Literacy Act|
|Colorado||Colorado Reading Excellence Act Partnership|
|Colorado||Colorado Summer School Grant Program|
|Florida||Florida - Grants from Five Major Publishers|
|Florida||Florida Reading Initiative|
|Florida||Just Read, Florida!|
|Georgia||Georgia Reading First|
|Idaho||Idaho Comprehensive Literacy Plan|
|Illinois||Illinois Reading Improvement Block Grant Program|
|Illinois||Illinois Solid Foundation|
|Illinois||Illinois Summer Bridges|
|Kansas||Kansas Basic Reading Skills Mastery Program|
|Louisiana||Louisiana Quality Early Reading Initiative|
|Maine||Maine Center for Inquiry on Literacy (CIL)|
|Maryland||Maryland Statewide Family Literacy Initiative|
|Massachusetts||Massachusetts - Community Partnerships for Children (CPC) Program|
|Massachusetts||Massachusetts - Elementary Schoolwide Literacy Program|
|Massachusetts||Massachusetts - Spring and Summer Content Institutes|
|Michigan||Michigan - TARGET/PLUS|
|Michigan||Michigan Literacy Achievement Program Grants|
|New Jersey||New Jersey - Literacy Executive Order|
This executive order requires the Commissioner of Education to develop frameworks, activities, good practices and literacy standards for teachers of grades PreK-1 by September 1, 2002. Also requires the development of literacy standards for grades 2-4.
|New Mexico||New Mexico Full-day Kindergarten Literacy Readiness Program|
For continued funding, public schools must ensure students successfully meet the New Mexico Kindergarten Language Arts Content Standards, Benchmarks and Performance Standards.
N.M. Admin. Code tit. 6 § 30.5.15
|New York||New York Reading for Results|
|North Carolina||Comprehensive Reading Plan for North Carolina Public Schools|
|Ohio||Ohio Literacy Initiative|
|Oklahoma||Oklahoma Reading Excellence Act Grant|
Reading Excellence Act schools will use PASSport, the agency's on-line link for all teachers, including resources for teachers of reading, which connects state reading standards to instructional and assessment resources.
|Oregon||Oregon Early Success Reading Initiative|
|Tennessee||Tennessee Governor's Reading Initiative|
|Vermont||Vermont Preventing Early School Failure; Reading Instruction|
For any student who does not meet 3rd-grade reading proficiency standards, the school must work to improve the student's reading skills by providing additional research-based reading instruction to the student, and by providing support and information to parents and other family members.
|Virginia||Virginia Early Intervention Reading Initiative|
|West Virginia||West Virginia READS (Reading Excellence Accelerates Deserving Students)|
|Wyoming||Wyoming Reading Assessment and Remediation Act|