The Department of Education’s Literacy Goal Office provides a tool that reviews 396 supplemental and intervention reading programs. The purpose of the clearinghouse is to provide districts with product information to compare and contrast features of programs that meet the needs of their student population. Several charts expand the LDOE’s original K-3 supplemental materials list to include reviews and ratings of materials for grades Prekindergarten through 12. The Supplemental and Intervention Product Database provides information on 12 key elements ranging from National Reading Components addressed (Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, Comprehension, Vocabulary, Fluency) to cost and independent reviews of the program. The Product Review Database compiles information on evidence of program effectiveness and content review by respected national reading groups such as the Florida Center for Reading Research (FCRR), University of Oregon, and Learning Point. The Product Summary Tables individually outline the features contained within each program. The Literacy Goal Office requires viewers to check a disclaimer box on the website before viewing these documents.