We help educators meet and exceed their goals for student achievement. Because we are passionate about student success, we provide unparalleled support in three key areas: evidence-based instructional intervention solutions, in-depth professional development, and use of cutting-edge technology to accelerate learning.


Our Solutions



Our research-based literacy solutions accelerate student learning and achievement. Through our programs, students learn foundational and advanced literacy concepts—from comprehension to compositional writing to critical thinking
skills—that translate across all content areas and literacy intervention.




Our core curriculum and targeted supplemental solutions are research-based interventions and adhere to the National Mathematics Advisory Panel’s recommendations. Students achieve success through meaningful practice, discussions, progress monitoring, concrete and visual models of concepts and procedures.

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Our professional development products and services connect educators, researchers, and authors to improve teachers’ impact in the classroom. Ranging from literacy, to math, to classroom management and behavior, these resources engage educators in meaningful content and actionable, evidence-based practices.

All Professional Development

Lucy Hart Paulson

Lucy Hart Paulson

Thursday, April 25, 3:00 p.m. CT

The Younger the Better: How Early Childhood Education Can Prepare California’s Students for Reading Success

Early Childhood

Catching literacy issues early is the key to creating lifelong readers; Early Childhood Educators are the first line of offense. Early identification and early literacy intervention are key to improving student outcomes, but the truth is—many educators do not graduate from college equipped with the tools they need to address the literacy learning challenges these students face. This eye-opening presentation will explore this problem as well as solutions and will share strategies that can be used immediately in the classroom to facilitate young students’ literacy learning.

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Antonio Fierro

Antonio Fierro

Friday, April 26, 2:00 p.m. CT

Closing the Gap in California: Systemic Change to Improve Literacy Instruction and Outcomes

Grades K–8

Many Students who struggle to learn to read often quickly fall behind in achievement and grade level, setting them up for a lifetime of difficulty and frustration. Low-income, ELLs, and SPED students are often at the greatest risk. Is this the child’s fault and problem to conquer, or should California be preparing its teachers with different skills?

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