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65% of U.S. children are not proficient at reading—shutting them out of a lifetime of equity and opportunity. Realize literacy and justice for every child in your district by unlocking life’s potential with the Science of Reading. Contact Dr. Nadia J. Jones, Director of Partnerships, to learn more.
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Georgia Dept. of Education
The content on Cox Campus addresses a need that educators across the state have identified as an area of growth—reading instruction. The courses are organized in a way where pre-service and expert teachers can access information that enhances their pedagogical practices in reading instruction. In recent years, reading and literacy teachers, leaders, and stakeholders have requested alternate ways to participate in professional learning; Cox Campus provides the flexibility that Georgians desire. The courses are on-demand and allow educators to engage in robust, evidence-based learning as their busy schedules permit.
Growing Readers is a K-3 literacy professional learning grant designed and implemented through Georgia’s Regional Educational Service Agencies (RESAs) and administered through the Governor’s Office of Student Achievement (GOSA) and the Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE).
This collaboration is dedicated to developing relationships with teachers and leaders across the State of Georgia, grounded in evidence-based practices, so that every Georgia teacher is a reading teacher, and every child becomes a deep reader. Growing Readers is leveraging Cox Campus courses into personalized coaching rounds over the course of the two-year teacher fellowship based on each individual school and teachers’ needs.
Horizons National is a nonprofit that partners with public, independent, and charter schools, colleges, and universities to create out-of-school academic, enrichment, and social-emotional learning programs for students from pre-kindergarten through high school. Reading Specialists, Site Directors and Teachers are included in a nationwide professional learning community (PLC) leveraging five Cox Campus courses in the spring of 2022. The PLC will kick off with a Science of Reading overview webinar, followed by two nationwide discussions around explicit and systematic reading instruction practices to implement universal/standard structures across their network in the summer of 2022.
Through this partnership, Horizons will continue to foster autonomy at its regional sites, while also ensuring all children have access to explicit and systematic literacy instruction to support their learning over the summer.
Marietta City, Early Learning Sites and Centers
As one key aspect of a citywide effort entitled “Literacy and Justice for All,” the Rollins Center is partnering with 18 private and public/private early care and learning providers across the City of Marietta in Georgia.
Teachers and instructional coaches are engaged in a personalized learning plan for the 2021-22 school year, using the Ecosystem Construction Measure self-assessment as a starting point, and leveraging Cox Campus coursework to meet their identified needs.
In addition to coursework, teachers meet monthly in a PLC and use an interactive video coaching tool so that Rollins facilitators can provide coaching, modeling and support to deepen practices based on the sciences of bilingualism, language and early literacy.
As both superintendent and a parent in Marietta City Schools (MCS), I am grateful for the long-standing partnership between our district and the Rollins Center. Educators have continued to gain clarity and insight about the critically important role of literacy in a child’s development and trajectory toward success in school and life. Our work with the Rollins Center helps guide our decisions about curriculum, programming, and professional development as we prioritize literacy proficiency across our district. I see the impact of the MCS – Rollins partnership when I read with my children each night and when I walk through our schools each week.
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