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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 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.
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.
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Millions of American students do not read at even a basic level for their grade. Students often fall behind to the extent that they are recommended for interventions or assessed as having a learning disability, when in fact, the problem is they
did not receive adequate and appropriate reading instruction. The truth is—and research proves this—that effectively teaching reading is a science in and of itself, and teachers need proper training.
If educators are prepared to teach all five essential components of literacy instruction (phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension) the result is higher student success rates.
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How does the information in the recently updated Texas Dyslexia handbook impact the identification of and instruction for students with dyslexia? What do our teachers need to know to have the greatest impact with all students, including those with dyslexia?
What are the requirements for educators who teach students with dyslexia?
Join Toni Backstrom, national education consultant, as she shares insight and valuable tips about the new dyslexia instructional requirements and what they mean for your teachers.
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