Florida State University’s world-renowned Florida Center for Reading Research (FCRR) announced a multi-year partnership with Dublin based, kids’ speech recognition technology company SoapBox Labs, to create and deliver next-generation language and literacy assessments that could transform how young children around the world learn to read.
FCRR Associate Director Dr. Nicole Patton Terry has received a $1.1 million, five-year grant to prepare the next generation of reading disabilities and dyslexia (RDD) researchers.
Dr. La’Tara Osborne Lampkin, Senior Research Associate at FCRR joined college presidents, administrators, community leaders, and students in Washington, D.C. at the annual Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Week Conference this past September.
This past August, Dr. Nicole Patton Terry delivered the keynote presentation at the inaugural National Reading Conference at Bayero University, Kano. The conference was a capstone event for the new Nigeria Centre for Reading Research and Development...
The Quantitative Methodology and Innovation (QMI) division, through multi-disciplinary collaborations, aims to partner with researchers, government agencies, and private companies to support scientific inquiry with rigorous research design, data analysis, and innovation in quantitative methods and assessment.
Learn more about recently completed and ongoing research projects undertaken by FCRR and the faculty involved. Discover how FCRR improves reading instruction, intervention and assessment in Florida and beyond.
The Florida Center for Reading Research (FCRR) is a multidisciplinary research center at Florida State University. FCRR explores all aspects of reading research—basic research into literacy-related skills for typically developing readers and those who struggle, studies of effective prevention and intervention, and psychometric work on formative assessment.