45 Ways to Support Struggling Readers: A School-Wide Approach

Presented by: Terrie Noland, Learning Ally National Director, Educator Engagement; and Kristy Mathieu, Kiker Elementary, Austin, TX
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The statistics are staggering: More than 10 million American students struggle to read, but only 2.3 million are identified and even fewer receive special help. As school leaders, we need to bridge that gap by creating a culture of reading when reading is a barrier. We need to empower and support educators with school-wide programs that embrace different learning styles and prioritize continuity from one grade to the next. In this webinar, Terrie Noland and Kristy Mathieu shared:

  • Examples of the fun and exciting ways you can build a culture of reading in your school (Have you ever considered bringing a furry friend into the school as a reading buddy? You just might when you learn what some schools are doing.)
  • Actionable ideas and tips to invigorate your school and excite students to read when reading has been a struggle