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Summer 2022: Professional Development for Literacy Educators and School Leaders

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JUNE 2022

JULY 2022

AUGUST 2022

SEPTEMBER & OCTOBER 2022

  • Effective Literacy Coach Grades K-8
    October 12-14, 2022, November 19 – December 2, 2022, February 13-15, 2023 (revised dates)

SUMMER LITERACY INSTITUTE

Bringing Antibias and Antiracist Practices to Life in Classrooms and School Communities PreK-8

July 18-21, 2022 (Summer Literacy Institute with Liz Kleinrock & CRRLC Trainers)

In this four-day Summer Literacy Institute, re-energize your teaching by exploring inquiry as a student-centered and anti-bias approach to engage learners.

Look at strategies to concretize anti-bias and anti-racist ideas into curriculum, lesson design, and building relationships with students and caregivers.

We can customize literacy professional learning options for your school or district.

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