Parent Engagement

Randomized controlled trial study conducted?

Center for the Collaborative Classroom

Mission
Center for the Collaborative Classroom is a nonprofit organization that is committed to helping students grow as readers, writers, and thinkers while they develop the social and emotional skills necessary to thrive.
Program Description
SIPPS (Systematic Instruction in Phonological Awareness, Phonics, and Sight Words) is a research-based foundational skills program proven to help both new and struggling readers in grades K–12 build skills and confidence for fluent, independent reading.
Type of service
Academic Intervention
Year Started
1980
Headquarter Location (City, State)
Alameda California
States of Operation
Alabama,
Alaska,
Arizona,
Arkansas,
California,
Colorado,
Connecticut,
Delaware,
Florida,
Georgia,
Hawaii,
Idaho,
Illinois,
Indiana,
Iowa,
Kansas,
Kentucky,
Louisiana,
Maine,
Maryland,
Massachusetts,
Michigan,
Minnesota,
Mississippi,
Missouri,
Montana,
Nebraska,
Nevada,
New Hampshire,
New Jersey,
New Mexico,
New York,
North Carolina,
North Dakota,
Ohio,
Oklahoma,
Oregon,
Pennsylvania,
Rhode Island,
South Carolina,
South Dakota,
Tennessee,
Texas,
Utah,
Vermont,
Virginia,
Washington,
Washington DC,
West Virginia,
Wisconsin,
Wyoming,
Virtual
Subject Offered
English Language Arts (ELA),
Early Literacy,
Reading,
Other
Other subjects
Social-Emotional Learning
Grade Levels
Kindergarten,
1st Grade,
2nd Grade,
3rd Grade,
4th Grade,
5th Grade,
6th Grade,
7th Grade,
8th Grade,
9th Grade,
10th Grade,
11th Grade,
12th Grade
Languages Offered
English
Setting
During School
Out of School
Delivery Mode
In-Person
Virtual
Student-Tutor Ratio
6:1
Number of Sessions Per Week
4
Number of Minutes Per Session
30-45
Does your program engage with parents?
Yes
Family Engagement Description
Family letters; a virtual Book Room for accessing reading materials at home.
Organization Type
Nonprofit
Customer Type
District
Nonprofit
School
Cost to District/ School/ Non-Profit
Each level is sold as an all-inclusive classroom package as follows: SIPPS Beginning Level: $1,175.00; SIPPS Extension Level: $725.00; SIPPS Challenge Level: $625.00; SIPPS Plus: $825.00. Each classroom package includes a 7-year license to access digital
Cost to Student
Materials are sold as classroom packages (see costs outlined above).
Type of Tutor
Paraprofessional
Teacher
Tutoring Staff
Volunteer
Randomized controlled trial (RCT) study conducted?
No
Quasi-experimental (QED) study conducted?
Yes
QED effect size
0.17
Contact
Client Support Team (info@collaborativeclassroom.org)

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