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The success indicators for Academic and Career Readiness are identified for each grade level band on the Cradle to Career Roadmap. Each is representative of a critical step in a student’s academic journey towards becoming a productive, contributing citizen while sustaining a career in his or her community. The Pillars of Support--Parents and Family, Education, Government, Business and Labor, and Community and Faith-Based--provide necessary scaffolding to ensure that the milestones are achieved.
This campaign focuses on developing students' love of reading through reading events across the country.
Reading A-Z provides affordable, easily accessible online reading resources: leveled reading books, and downloadable, projectable, printable teacher materials. Purchase necessary, free trial available.
Get an overview of the characteristics associated with reading problems as well as the planning and implementation of effective interventions.
This article presents 4 recommendations for teachers as well as ideas to implement each recommendation in the area of writing.
America’s literacy crisis has reached epidemic proportions, with millions of children and adults affected each and every year by a never-ending cycle of educational disadvantage.
This article reviews general skills for 4th Grade, including what to expect for each subject. Plus, discover at-home activities to support learning in the classroom.
Teacher shares best practices on how to create a language-rich classroom environment. Some best practices include reading aloud every day, using word walls, and using anchor charts.
San Jose Public Libraries offer a range of resources for children and their families to learn to read, together. The library provides book give-a-ways, parenting tips, and workshops for parents and kids.
Starfall.com hosts a variety of interactive resources, allowing children to engage in phonics-based reading, develop early literacy skills, and read decodable texts that support high interest topics and themes.
Universal Kids allows children to play and explore exciting games with their favorite characters. Math, spelling, and coloring games are available for children ages 2 to 12 years.
Reading Partners mobilizes communities to provide students with individualized reading support they need to read at grade level by fourth grade. They partner with under-resourced schools and provide volunteer reading partners to work one-on-one with students who struggle with reading.
To support teachers and staff in the event of ongoing school closures and virtual instruction, Hanover Research presents researched and anecdotal best practices for delivering online math and reading instruction to students in Grades K-12.