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Yes! Cox Campus courses are accredited by IACET, the International Accreditors for Continuing Education and Training. Upon completion of a video-based course on Cox Campus, you’ll receive a certificate that shows your CEU is from an IACET accredited provider. Many states and school districts require teachers to use IACET CEUs toward license or certification renewal. Check with your supervisor, district administrator, state department of education or relevant organization if IACET CEUs qualify for your license or certification renewal.
Yes! Cox Campus’s K-3rd Structured Literacy Program is accredited by the International Dyslexia Association for meeting the knowledge and practice standards for teachers of reading. Our program contains 11 courses (approx. 71 hrs.) that cover the KPS and provide learners with critical knowledge for systematic and explicit implementation of Structured Literacy in the classroom. We are thrilled to be able to provide this 100% free, online program to our members!
11 courses (approx. 71 hrs.)
All the courses in the Structured Literacy Program track on Cox Campus. This includes:
Please see the instructions listed on the CERI website to apply for the KPEERI Exam.
Yes, you will earn CEUs for each individual course that you take as part of the CCSLC Program. After you have completed these 11 courses you will be eligible to take the comprehensive exam. Upon successful completion of the exam, you will receive your IDA-accredited certificate. (Note: the final certificate does not confer CEUs, but the 11 individual courses do.)
Cox Campus’s Structured Literacy Program is officially accredited by the International Dyslexia Association (IDA) for meeting the knowledge and practice standards for teachers of reading.
There is no required dyslexia training. The Georgia Early Literacy Act (HB 538) does require that all K-3rd grade teachers complete an approved training program regarding structured literacy, science of reading, and foundational reading skills. The Cox Campus K-3rd Structured Literacy course fulfills this requirement.
This program does not qualify for the CERI Dyslexia certificate. This program certificate does allow you to sit for the KPEERI exam, administered by the Center for Effective Reading Instruction (CERI). With this program you will be eligible to apply for the Structured Literacy Classroom Teacher (SLCT) Knowledge Certificate through CERI.
Yes, by completing Cox Campus courses, Georgia birth through pre-k teachers can earn Bright from the Start credits for the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning (DECAL). All members will receive a training certificate immediately after completing a course. If you are not a Bright from the Start childcare center, check with your administrator to see if RRFTS training can be used for your professional development.
All of the Cox Campus courses and resources are free! As a result of the generosity of the Cox Foundation and grant funding, as well as partnerships with over 100 organizations, we are able to ensure that Cox Campus is and will remain 100% free, providing universal, online access to research-based language and literacy courses and resources.
Cox Campus is a free learning portal designed to distill the science of reading into simple actions adults can take when interacting with children. Cox Campus’s free interactive courses and engaging, comprehensive tools translate language and literacy research into simple, effective, and immediately applicable practices.
These tools are designed to equip any adult interacting with children—from birth through age nine—to do so in ways that support language and literacy development. From nurses to families to educators to leaders, Cox Campus provides straightforward learning paths to understanding the science and skills needed to cultivate environments, relationships, and practices conducive to learning to read.
Due to updates in research since publication, this course has been temporarily taken down for revision. We expect the course to be available again in 2024. An announcement will be sent to all Cox Campus members when the course is back up. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Every adult in a child’s life is an integral part of a child’s ecosystem to support language and literacy. The Cox Campus provides free science-based learning and resources for professionals, families, and communities that empower them to make literacy a reality for all children.