Good news for NY State


The “Dyslexia Bill” (A8262/S06581) was passed unanimously by the New York State Legislature and signed into law by Governor Andrew M. Cuomo on August. 21, 2017.

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Future tense: where’s literacy heading next?


It’s International Literacy Day! As we celebrate the power of words, it’s time to explore how technology has reshaped the true meaning of ‘literacy’...  and to ask what it might look like for the society of tomorrow.

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Bringing Learning to Life


UK secondary pupils face several barriers on their own literacy journey, both at home and in school. Our survey pinpoints the key challenges to literacy that have been identified by over 200 teachers and heads. 

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Meeting the Needs of All Readers in a Diverse Classroom


This guest blog post comes from Dr. David D. Paige, the Associate Professor of Education at Bellarmine University in Louisville, Kentucky. With a focus on investigating strategies for improving literacy achievement, instruction, and educational outcomes, we've partnered with David to share how teachers can organize their classrooms to meet the needs of all readers.

If you enjoy his blog, be sure to join us and David for his webinar on September 19: Differentiated Reading Instruction. We hope to see you there!

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G Suite gives Littles a platform to create and share


Today we have a guest blog post from Christine Pinto, a Kindergarten teacher for Arcadia Unified in Southern California and the founder of the hashtag #GAfE4Littles. As an advocate for the CAN mindset and believer in empowering students to be creative critical thinkers, we've partnered with Christine to share how Google tools can be used to support little learners.

If you enjoy her blog, be sure to join us and Christine for her webinar on September 21: Google tools for Little Learners. We hope to see you there!

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Rolling out assistive technology in a school environment


This week we have a guest blog post from Randy Lyseng, an assistant principal and Certified Google Education Trainer responsible for a wide variety of technology PD and tools.

As a seasoned educator with over 25 years public school experience as a teacher, university facilitator, and educational technology consultant for a district of approximately 5,000 teachers, we turned to Randy to get his expertise on rolling out assistive technology school-wide.

If you are planning on using assistive technology or other education technology across your school or district this school year, you won't want to miss Randy's best practices.

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