The Developmental Reading Assessment, herein referred to as the DRA, is a reading assessment that is administered several times a year in order to determine a student's independent reading level, provide information for teachers in order to drive instruction, and monitor a students reading progress throughout the year. license to reproduce and use this Informal Reading Inventory in connection with education, research, and public service functions. This Informal Reading Inventory may not, in whole or in part, be copied, photocopied, reproduced, translated, or converted to any electronic or machine readable form by any

The Developmental Reading Assessment, herein referred to as the DRA, is a reading assessment that is administered several times a year in order to determine a student's independent reading level, provide information for teachers in order to drive instruction, and monitor a students reading progress throughout the year. For All Grades - Screening is Step 1ne of the process and does not provide a comprehensive assessment of a student’s specific problems. Similarly, focusing on improving the skill targeted by a screening tool (e.g., WIF measures or reading rate) is not by itself an effective intervention.