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Developed by renowned literacy experts Dr. Louisa Moats and Dr. Carol Tolman,
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by Voyager Sopris Learning on Jan 27, 2021
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Literacy Champions. They come from all walks of life, have different titles and backgrounds, and make true differences. During the past year, with instruction occurring outside the classroom, literacy champions may have become more important than ever,
and we’ve honored these heroes.
We created the LETRS® Literacy Champion Program, which has been recognizing heroes for the past year, to celebrate literacy champions everywhere. These are the educators who go above and beyond, and who believe every student deserves the chance to learn to read. They never give up hope or give up on a struggling reader.
What makes them heroes? We are amazed by the stories we’ve heard in the past year, like the literacy specialist who spends hours preparing and teaching lessons online to help the students in her school learn to read; the paraprofessional who works
with struggling readers on his day off; the renegade educator who had the courage to bring science of reading practices to her whole-language school or district. And, the teacher who believes in those struggling readers left behind by the education
LETRS Literacy ChampionMarvaye Payton, teacher, Goodwin Elementary School, Charleston County School District, SC
LETRS Literacy ChampionDr. Maria Murray, founder of The Reading League
LETRS Literacy ChampionDr. Carolyn Gore, K–2 ELA specialist, Caddo Parish Public Schools, LA
These literacy champions are just a few examples of the many who are true literacy heroes. They may represent school districts and educational institutions from different regions across the country, but the one thing they have in common is their beliefs
that providing educators with the foundations they need to teach reading is crucial to student success. We asked two of our recipients, Abigail Dougherty and Jill Ramsey, why they think the science of reading is so fundamental to reading instruction.
LETRS Literacy Champion Abigail Dougherty, reading specialist, Virginia Beach City Public Schools, VA
“I wholeheartedly believe in two things—first, that literacy is the greatest equalizer we have at our disposal and second, that without a doubt, teachers can make an impact on the life of a student. With these guiding principles in
mind, utilizing science-based practices to instruct is critical. As Dr. (Louisa) Moats states, teaching reading IS rocket science, so we must be committed to continuing to build our collective efficacy and doing what we know is best for each
student in our care.”
LETRS Literacy Champion Jill Ramsey, supervisor of curriculum and instruction, Putnam County Schools, TN
“As supervisor of curriculum and instruction in my district, I feel passionate about teachers having the knowledge and expertise to teach ALL students how to read at a proficiency level that allows them to reach their fullest potential in
school and in life. Teachers with this skill and knowledge are crucial. As teachers, we all reflect with regret and worry about the children who left us without being able to read proficiently. LETRS equips teachers with the tools,
knowledge, and expertise to be better so that all of our children can learn to read. I love the quote, ‘When we know better, we do better.’ LET'S DO BETTER for our kids!”
Student success and doing better for our kids is at the heart of every educator.
Do you know a literacy champion who deserves to be honored? Nominate them today.
Applications are now being accepted for the Dr. Louisa Moats Award for Excellence Implementing the Science of Reading. LETRS Champion districts or schools using LETRS literacy professional
learning are encouraged to apply. Deadline: March 22, 2021.
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