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Gaining Momentum: New York’s Incredible Journey to Embrace Reading Science
Let’s examine the Empire State’s diligent and somewhat rocky literacy journey, during which a former best practice became controversial and a new era of evidence-based systematic reading instruction emerged. Discover what you need to know about New York’s current educational landscape and how to best transition to science-based instruction.
Increasing Student Success by Combining the Science of Reading and the Science of Writing
How linked are the sciences behind reading and writing? Dr. Young-Suk Kim paints an enlightening picture of the synergistic relationship between learning to read and learning to write.
District Administrators Asked, Lexia Answered: Dyslexia Legislation Need to Know
Lexia education and policy experts answer questions from district administrators about dyslexia, legislation, and implementation. See what they have to say to help better support students with dyslexia and stay on top of legislative changes nationwide.
Beyond ‘Yet:’ 5 Activities to Supercharge a Growth Mindset for Emergent Bilinguals
Discover 5 supercharged activities to build a lasting growth mindset for Emergent Bilingual students, including a look at growth mindset myths that get in the way.
Your Voice is Powerful: Advocating for Effective Science of Reading-Based Professional Learning in Literacy
Bridge the gap between conventional PD and classroom realities with this new, research-aligned PL approach. Advocate for effective, inclusive literacy strategies that transform teaching and elevate student achievement.
Six Ways to Support Teachers With Adolescent Literacy
How can administrators and school district leaders best support teachers to lead to student success? During Episode 13 of All For Literacy, host Dr. Liz Brooke teams up with Rhonda Nelson to explore ways to support teachers with adolescent literacy.
Is It Too Late for Struggling Readers To Catch Up?
As the pandemic and the failure to apply evidence-backed instruction in classrooms deeply affect literacy rates, is it too late for struggling readers to catch up? Experts weigh in on the dilemma and what can be done to spark change.
Common Threads From All For Literacy Season 1
Catch up on what you missed in season one of All For Literacy by joining host Dr. Liz Brooke for a wrap-up episode that sets the stage for an exciting second season.
Sound It Out: The Shifting Landscape of Literacy From Three Cueing to Science-Based Reading
As educational policies evolve, the three-cueing system is coming under increased scrutiny and many district administrators are grappling with the shift toward evidence-based reading instruction. This blog post serves as a critical touchpoint for anyone navigating this transition.