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Teachers Deserve More than Gratitude: A Model for Change, as seen in Saporta Report

Rollins Staff November 29, 2022

Just before the start of this school year, I had the privilege of serving as the closing speaker at the Alabama Early Childhood Education Conference, the theme of which was the “Measure of Tomorrow.” The…

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Earn GA Decal Bright From The Start Credits Early!

Rollins Staff November 18, 2022

You can earn Bright from the Start credits for free with these engaging courses created by experts right here on Cox Campus! All Georgia early childhood educators need to complete 10 hours of required Bright…

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Getting It Right For Dual Language Learners, as seen in Saporta Report

Rollins Staff August 9, 2022

Over the next weeks, early childhood teachers will welcome a new group of children to their classrooms. Current demographics show that an increasing number of these children will be dual language or multilingual learners – children…

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Cox Campus Response to New York Times Article, In the Fight Over How to Teach Reading, This Guru Makes a Major Retreat by Dana Goldstein (Sunday, May 22)

Rollins Staff May 27, 2022

The letter below is in response to In the Fight Over How to Teach Reading, This Guru Makes a Major Retreat by Dana Goldstein published Sunday, May 22. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Why are we talking about this now?…

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Language and literacy are key to a just future. Help unlock life’s potential for every child, as seen in Saporta Report

Rollins Staff May 4, 2022

Every child is born ready to learn.  As adults, it’s up to us to realize literacy and justice for all. Simple, everyday opportunities can be used to help build stronger and more capable children. Every…

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Cox Campus Provided $15 Million in Free Evidence-Based Literacy Resources to Teachers Across the U.S. in 2021 and is on Track to Invest $30 Million in 2022

Rollins Staff May 4, 2022

The Atlanta Speech School’s learning platform aims to eliminate the literacy equity barrier in education ATLANTA, April 28, 2022 (Newswire.com) – Cox Campus, the online learning community of the Rollins Center for Language & Literacy at…

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March is Women’s History Month – Celebrate with these Books!

Rollins Staff March 8, 2022

March is Women’s History Month and today is International Women’s Day (IWD)! This year’s IWD theme is #BreaktheBias – an awesome opportunity to address and shed light on the implicit and explicit biases that often…

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Inspire the Students in Your Classroom with these Black History Month Activities

Rollins Staff February 22, 2022

Looking to elevate your Black History lessons this month? We’ve got you covered! Rollins for Language and Literacy facilitators have compiled activities – distinguished by age group – to help you lead engaging, inclusive discussions…

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Intentional Ways to Celebrate Black History Month

Rollins Staff February 15, 2022

Black History Month is a way to recognize and honor the significant contributions, struggles, and experiences of members of the Black community. Here’s a bit of history about Black History Month. Carter G. Wilson, the…

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Complete the Cox Campus Coaching Suite to Return to School Stronger than Ever in 2022

Rollins Staff December 28, 2021

An effective Instructional Coaching program has the ability to transform teaching practices that lead to improved child outcomes. Instructional Coaches, as you set out to return to school for the rest of the 21-22 school…

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Uplifting Hispanic Heritage Month with Your Children

Rollins Staff September 20, 2021

“You are not lucky to be here. The world needs your perspective. They are lucky to have you.” – Antonio Tijerino, President & CEO of the Hispanic Heritage Foundation   The United States of America…

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The Coming Literacy Crisis: There’s No Going Back to School as We Knew It

Rollins Staff June 28, 2021

As we make strides in halting COVID-19’s lethal course, every parent is forced to consider, “Will my child be safe when they return to school without the repeated interruptions the virus imposed in the past…