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Deepen your understanding of how to cultivate anti-bias and anti-racist practices in classrooms and schools with these three nationally known speakers.
Spend 90 minutes of your Saturday morning with Cindy Downend and Wendy Vaulton and learn the five essential questions to deepen your analysis of oral reading.
Our Center faculty will partner with you to design customized professional learning, workshops, and other job-embedded learning opportunities for educators, facilitated in-person or virtually.
Over 30 Years of Academic Excellence in Literacy Learning
The Center for Reading Recovery & Literacy Collaborative at Lesley University has been engaged in thirty years of innovative, research-based, system-wide educational improvement efforts. We are focused on a single mission—to ensure that every child has the opportunity to live a literate life.
We have been working with educators in school systems to improve children’s literacy.
Encouraging your students to keep a writer’s notebook can nourish their informational and literary writing all year.
Author & Elementary Writing Coordinator Melanie Meehan explains how she makes the writing process more accessible to students who are struggling.