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

Rollins Staff June 14, 2024

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 the…

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The Ohio Department of Education Partners with Cox Campus to Create a Credential for the State’s Early Learning Teachers

Rollins Staff March 13, 2023

Cox Campus, the online learning community of the Rollins Center for Language & Literacy at the Atlanta Speech School, has been selected by the Ohio Department of Education (DOE) to create a customized early learning…

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Q&A with Laura Bollman: Breaking Down Barriers to Literacy With Free Teacher Training (as seen in EdPost)

Rollins Staff February 2, 2023

With reading scores declining for most students across the nation, it’s imperative schools adopt science-based reading methods to ensure more students get the basics they need. With limited funds, how do states/districts tackle the massive…

Education

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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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? Though…