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Literacy Link Conversations - Powerful Thoughts about Literacy and Justice for ALL

Rollins Staff |
Georgia LitLink was the state’s first literacy conference dedicated to classroom teachers. The teacher-facing conference was cohosted by the Georgia Department of Education and the Rollins Center for Language & Literacy, a program of
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SAPORTA REPORT | Unprecedented Milestone: Georgia-Grown online Cox Campus receives International Accreditation

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The Rollins Center for Language & Literacy’s Cox Campus has been awarded accreditation from the International Dyslexia Association (IDA), for the Cox Campus Structured Literacy Certificate Program. This unprecedented milestone makes Cox Campus the only
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5 Intentional Ways to Celebrate Black History Month

Rollins Staff |
Here are some ways you can incorporate Black History month activities into your lessons.
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Plain Talk 2024

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The Cox Campus Team is looking forward to being at this year’s Plain Talk About Literacy and Learning® conference, January 31 – February 2, in New Orleans.
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Embracing MLK Day as a Day of Service: 7 Inspiring Acts of Kindness

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Martin Luther King Jr. Day is not just a day off from work or school; it’s a day on – a day of service to honor the legacy of a civil rights leader who
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GaDOE partnering with Rollins Center for Language & Literacy to launch the Georgia Literacy Academy

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Courses available free of charge statewide; 125 school and district leaders will also receive coaching through literacy leadership cohort ATLANTA, Nov. 15, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — The Georgia Department of Education is partnering with the Rollins Center for
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Literacy & Justice for All, as seen in Saporta Report

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Since the advent of the written word, which created the need for reading, literacy has been wielded as a tool of power and one of oppression.  Who is taught to read – and who
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