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QMI’s mission is to advance scientific discovery through multi-disciplinary collaboration on research design, data analysis, and innovation in quantitative methods and assessment. Please use the navigation bar to learn more about QMI’s mission, people, projects, and products.


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FSU researchers partner with Harvard, MIT on $30M ‘Reach Every Reader’ project

August 2019

The Florida Center for Reading Research and College of Communication and Information at Florida State University have announced a collaborative partnership with the Harvard Graduate School of Education and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Integrated Learning Initiative to research improving early childhood literacy through personalized intervention. ...

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Conditional Longitudinal Relations of Elementary Literacy Skills to High School Reading Comprehension

July 2019

The Journal of Learning Disabilities recently accepted a paper titled, “Conditional Longitudinal Relations of Elementary Literacy Skills to High School Reading Comprehension,” authored by Yaacov Petscher, Hugh Catts, and Emily Solari. The study explores the longitudinal development...

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Differential Co-Development of Vocabulary Knowledge and Reading Comprehension for Students with and without Learning Disabilities

June 2019

A paper was recently accepted in the Journal of Educational Psychology entitled, ‘Differential Co-Development of Vocabulary Knowledge and Reading Comprehension for Students with and without Learning Disabilities.” This paper looked at the co-development of reading comprehension...

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