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Partnership for Literacy

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Where and How We Work

The Partnership includes schools and districts in cities large and small, as well as in suburban and rural areas.

Based on knowledge of how the human mind works when processing information, its instructional strategies are effective in classrooms from pre-K through higher ed and in all content areas and specialties.

Working in partnership with individual teachers, teacher teams, literacy coaches, subject area coordinators, and administrators, Partnership coaches enhance and extend other improvement efforts. We leave behind stronger professional communities with a deeper understanding of how to use language to support student gains in literacy and learning.


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NEWS

Coaches and teachers engage special education students in high-level literacy activities.


Partnership for Literacy Newsletter


Partnership for Literary Newsletter

Archives:
September 2009
April 2009


Resources you can use


Improving Literary Understanding Through Classroom Conversation Booklet


Guidelines for Teaching Middle and High School Students to Read and Write Well


More Resources


Books: (links to the Publishers)

Getting to Excellent: How to Create Better Schools (TC Press)

Building Literacy Through Classroom Discussion (Scholastic)