From Surviving to Thriving: Why Systemic and Sustainable Support for Educators Begins With the Science of Reading
Many educators are still overwhelmed by the needs of their students two years post-pandemic. School and district leaders must find and create ways to provide what teachers need in schools and show their appreciation and esteem for teachers’ hard work as people and professionals. Widening opportunity gaps, even in the face of commitment to accelerated learning strategies, have left literacy educators searching for evidence-proven programs to help their students become successful learners.
Literacy instruction based on the science of reading is the proven path to literacy success. When leaders invest in science of reading-based professional development and high-value instructional materials, they are making a long-term investment in teachers’ abilities to be impactful with their students. Educators who receive professional development are more confident in their teaching abilities and therefore more successful. Learn more by completing the form below.
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