The Science of Reading: A Defining Movement into Classrooms and Beyond
Is the science of reading (SoR) here to stay?
In this webinar, President and CEO of The Reading League Dr. Maria Murray explores the science of reading movement, including must-know definitions and big ideas. This recording also includes an insightful discussion between Murrary and Dr. Louisa Moats, author of Lexia LETRS® (Language Essentials for Teachers of Reading and Spelling).
As educators, administrators, parents, and government officials, our long-term literacy goals often differ slightly. Murray emphasizes that every stakeholder has a role to play in the SoR movement and curious educators will find this webinar explains how collaboration can ensure literacy success for all students.
Murray takes things further by bringing social equity and justice into the picture. Her powerful insight clarifies and explores the current industry hot topic of literacy as a civil right.
Through Murray’s extensive expertise, you will understand:
- Your role-dependent responsibility in moving the SoR movement forward
- Why literacy is a defining human right across all societies
- Where the SoR should go next to tackle social inequity
- Where opposition to the SoR comes from
Ready to take the next actionable step in your role to increase literacy rates? Watch our All for Literacy webinar with Dr. Maria Murray and Dr. Louisa Moats today.
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