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Webinar for Superintendents and Senior District Leaders

Superintendent Research Briefing: The Real Reason Most Districts Struggle with Science of Reading

EAB and AASA, The School Superintendents Association, are hosting a webinar to share innovative strategies that are accelerating early literacy in districts nationwide. Join us to gain a better understanding of the real reasons most districts have struggled to make progress (hint: a new science of reading curriculum by itself is not enough) and come away with practical strategies and frameworks to improve reading outcomes in your schools.

About the Webinar:

With nearly 40% of fourth graders across the country unable to read at a basic level, early literacy has become a must-solve issue for K-12 leaders. District leaders and state officials are rightly embracing “science of reading” approaches to turn the tide, but despite this, many schools are still struggling to improve reading outcomes.

In this webinar, researchers from EAB will provide a look into the findings of our multi-year investigation into the science of reading and share innovative strategies that are helping district leaders find success with their science of reading initiatives. Join us to gain a better understanding of the real reasons most districts have struggled to make progress (hint: a new science of reading curriculum by itself is not enough) and come away with practical strategies and frameworks to improve reading outcomes in your schools.

Please fill out the form to register for the webinar. Should you have any questions, please reach out to Allie Glenn at [email protected].

More About the Superintendent Research Briefing Webinars:

District leaders have a lot on their plates, and limited time to get up-to-speed on the many challenges facing their schools. EAB’s Superintendent Research Briefing webinars summarize the latest research to (1) help districts leaders get smart quickly on an important issue, and (2) provide them with actionable strategies they can take away to get started on addressing it. Join us to make faster progress on today’s most complex K-12 challenges.

Register for the Webinar

Presenters

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Chief Research Officer, EAB K-12 Research
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Faithe Zoda

Director, Partner Development, EAB K-12 Research