Reading and Writing

, Volume 25, Issue 2, pp 619–620

Erratum to: The reading performance of English learners in grades 1–3: the role of initial status and growth on reading fluency in Spanish and English

Erratum

DOI: 10.1007/s11145-011-9350-7

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Baker, D.L., Park, Y. & Baker, S.K. Read Writ (2012) 25: 619. doi:10.1007/s11145-011-9350-7
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Erratum to: Read Writ DOI 10.1007/s11145-010-9261-z

The original publication of the article includes an error in Table 4. The scores indicated in the table for third grade were incorrect. This mistake did not affect the overall results of the study. Only in the Discussion section under “Relations of reading fluency to reading comprehension within and across languages,” the percentage of variance explained in English comprehension in third grade needs to be changed from 35% (95% CI: 22–47%) to 37% (95% CI: 24–50%).
Table 4

Prediction of English reading comprehension by Spanish and English reading fluency initial scores and gain scores

Model

Variable

Grade 1 (NWF/FPS)

Grade 2 (ORF/FLO)

Grade 3 (ORF/FLO)

b

se

t

R2

b

se

t

R2

b

se

t

R2

1

Constant

492.70

3.43

143.76***

0.31

545.21

4.22

129.35***

0.25

190.39

2.11

90.39***

0.27

Spanish fluency initial

0.72

0.08

8.65***

 

0.78

0.12

6.73***

 

0.25

0.04

6.73***

 

2

Constant

474.90

6.56

72.43***

0.35

529.19

6.61

80.11***

0.30

187.65

2.78

67.41***

0.29

Spanish fluency initial

0.74

0.08

9.14***

 

0.76

0.11

6.67***

 

0.26

0.04

6.92***

 

Spanish fluency gain

0.21

0.07

3.15**

 

0.47

0.15

3.09**

 

0.09

0.06

1.50

 

3

Constant

493.51

3.12

158.30***

0.36

546.15

3.67

149.03***

0.30

191.67

1.75

109.77***

0.32

English fluency initial

1.22

0.13

9.70***

 

0.82

0.11

7.76***

 

0.21

0.03

7.56***

 

4

Constant

473.91

5.41

87.53***

0.43

525.66

4.65

113.08***

0.46

185.06

2.83

65.39***

0.37

English fluency initial

1.24

0.12

10.38***

 

0.66

0.10

6.85***

 

0.22

0.03

7.95***

 

English fluency gain

0.35

0.08

4.33***

 

0.55

0.09

6.17***

 

0.13

0.05

2.92**

 

5

Constant

468.71

6.41

73.09***

0.44

528.49

5.84

90.45***

0.46

184.56

3.01

61.35***

0.37

Spanish fluency initial

0.22

0.13

1.67

 

−0.06

0.18

−0.35

 

0.06

0.06

0.88

 

Spanish fluency gain

0.09

0.07

1.26

 

−0.14

0.18

−0.78

 

0.00

0.06

−0.04

 

English fluency initial

0.96

0.21

4.61***

 

0.70

0.16

4.32***

 

0.18

0.05

3.77***

 

English fluency gain

0.27

0.09

2.86**

 

0.61

0.12

5.01***

 

0.13

0.05

2.32*

 

p < 0.05; ** p < 0.01; *** p < 0.001

Outcome variable = English reading comprehension. Spanish fluency variables are italicized

The complete and correct version of Table 4 is given below:

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Doris Luft Baker
    • 1
  • Yonghan Park
    • 1
  • Scott K. Baker
    • 1
  1. 1.Center on Teaching & Learning5292 University of OregonEugeneUSA