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Read 180 and ABQ Reads

Contact Information:

(505) 253-0330 ext.67034

Physical Address:
912 Oak Street SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106

Building M - Title I

Title I schools provide reading and/or math intervention programs for eligible students.  Students that score significantly below their grade level peers may be referred by their classroom teacher for diagnostic assessment and possible inclusion in Title I intervention programs.

Read 180 and ABQ Reads Programs are supported in Title I schools. The researched-based program provides supplemental support in math and reading in grades pre-k through eighth grade. This engaging digital curriculum supports core programs with explicit, individualized instruction that is aligned to current state and national standards.

How does the Read 180 computer-based intervention program help my child learn to read?

These programs provide daily instructional activities to each child’s unique learning needs. Every objective in the curriculum has a minimum performance requirement and is ranked in difficulty. Assessment is continuous and teachers can access reports that will guide their instruction. Teachers and parents can easily monitor the progress of the student.

How many minutes per day should my student receive intervention support?

The amount of time depends on the age of the student. Typically 15-30 minutes a day, 4-5 days a week for reading or math. Not all students will be working in both areas.

What other types of support are available?

User Group meetings are held 2-3 times a year to provide support and information. Read 180 is available at participating schools for teachers to use during small and large group settings in the classroom.

Title I owns SuccessMaker licenses that are available to schools that would like to implement the program at their sites.

Participating Schools and Sites:

 Contact your school for more information about Title I participation.

Elementary Schools

  • A. Montoya
  • Adobe Acres
  • Alameda
  • Alvarado
  • Apache
  • Armijo
  • Arroyo Del Oso
  • Atrisco
  • Bel-Air
  • Bellehaven
  • Chaparral
  • Chelwood
  • Cochiti
  • Collet Park
  • Comanche
  • Coronado
  • Edward Gonzales
  • Emerson
  • George I. Sanchez
  • Governor Bent  
  • Griegos
  • Hawthorne
  • Helen Cordero
  • Inez
  • Kirtland
  • Kit Carson
  • La Luz
  • La Mesa
  • Lew Wallace
  • Longfellow
  • Los Padillas
  • MacArthur
  • Mary Ann Binford
  • Matheson Park
  • Mitchell
  • Montezuma
  • Mountain View
  • Painted Sky
  • Rudolfo Anaya
  • Sierra Vista
  • Sombra del Monte
  • Tomasita
  • Whittier
  • Zia
  • Zuni

Middle Schools

  • Ernie Pyle MS
  • Grant MS
  • Wilson MS

Homeless Sites

  • Adobe Acres
  • Lavaland ES
  • Lowell
  • McKinley MS

Neglected or Delinquent

  • Desert Hills

Charter Elementary Schools

  • El Camino Real Academy
  • La Academia de Esperanza

Professional Development and Support

Teachers who work at Title I schools are eligible to attend professional development to be trained to use Read 180. Principals and teachers are notified by the District Title I office of the specific opportunities.

The professional development includes:

  • User Groups Meetings
  • Ongoing Individual School-Site Visits
  • Ongoing assessment
  • Reports
  • Technical Support
  • Access to the Pearson Community Connection Website
  • Access to Read 180 Training Hub
  • Product Updates