Changing How Students Are Taught to Read for Back to School with the Science of Reading
Pandemic recovery has been slower than expected, and in the process of scaling technology, student opportunity gaps and gaps in educational equity became more visible. Researchers have found programs based on the science of reading are effective for all types of readers including Emerging Bilinguals and students with learning disabilities such as dyslexia. As we head into the next school year, we can take what we’ve learned about how students are taught to read to improve outcomes.
Educational leaders at all levels have different concerns, like using the remaining ESSER funds and retaining teachers, to ensure the next school year is better than the last. Complete the form below for a full breakdown of what might help your district, school, or classroom accelerate learning this fall.
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