The Reading Freedom series is written specifically for students with reading problems (suggested age 8 - Adult). The series is carefully structured to enable students to become independent readers. The Reading Freedom 2000 Diagnostic Handbook provides a comprehensive collection f the tests and checklists a teacher needs to accurately diagnose areas of weakness in students' reading. The Handbook also gives teachers the tools to analyse results so they can provide the appropriate program of instruction to meet a students learning needs. The tests and checklists in this Handbook have been developed from years of successful clinical diagnosis, and trialled extensively with students. The easy-to-access format allows teachers to find the tests they need quickly. Notes and case studies are provided to assist teachers in their assessment and in formulating effective reading utcomes. The Reading Freedom 2000 Diagnostic Handbook allows teachers to accurately place students experiencing reading difficulties in the Reading Freedom 2000 program. The tests identify the levels and books of the program students should begin working with. Alternatively, teachers can apply the diagnostic procedures to their wn reading programs.