Literacy

Must-Read Books: A Love Letter to Black Authors

Have you watched the devastatingly funny movie American Fiction with its remarkable cringe/laugh ratio? Honestly, even if you haven’t, you intuitively know everything said about the “establishment”...

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Literacy

Listen Up! ‘Good’ Readers May Not Be Effective Readers

You might assume that I am a “good” reader. I have an M.Ed in reading education and an Ed.D. I taught secondary reading and ELA for over a decade and read daily for work and pleasure. While I can...

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Literacy

Elevate Teacher Preparation Standards to Safeguard Children's Literacy

In a critical examination of our education system, the National Council on Teacher Quality (NCTQ) revealed a disconcerting reality that demands immediate attention: the precarious state of our...

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Literacy

How District Administrators Can Support Teachers With Student Literacy Gains This Year

The 2023 Nation’s Report Card by the National Center for Education Statistics (NAEP) revealed that the reading scores of 13-year-old children at all percentiles have significantly declined since...

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Literacy

Science of Reading Curriculum: What It Is and What It Isn’t

As educators, we aim to equip students with essential skills for lifelong success. We aim to provide students with a comprehensive toolbox, enabling them to become proficient learners and valuable...

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Literacy

Science of Reading vs. Whole Language War Rages On; Students Lose

Johnathon stared at me. I stared back at him. With no words spoken between us, we communicated with only our eyes; my tutoring student and I locked in a battle of wills that we were both determined...

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