Reading is a complex skill we learn through explicit instruction and deliberate practice. Here are four ways to support reading success!
Effective literacy instruction in schools is our most powerful tool to advance equity of educational outcomes. Together, we can ensure that every child can read, write, learn, and thrive.
Testing helps us understand how a child learns best, giving us a full profile of their strengths and needs.
Dyslexia is a learning disability that affects language, reading, and writing. Learn more about what dyslexia is and how to help people with it.
A long-running debate about the best way to teach children to read centers on two main approaches: whole language and structured literacy.
Strategies from reading experts about choosing books for early reading include reviewing challenging words on a page, focusing on accuracy, and making it fun!