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What research has been conducted on instructional strategies for teaching students to read digital text?
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What research has been conducted on long-term school closures and the impact on student achievement?
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Considerations for Planning and Implementing Literacy Coaching

Considerations for Planning and Implementing Literacy Coaching
This infographic illustrates how implementing literacy coaching is a complex process that includes several areas for consideration. » more info

Self-Study Guide for Evidence-Based Practices in Adult Literacy Education

Self-Study Guide for Evidence-Based Practices in Adult Literacy Education
The purpose of this self-study guide is to help adult literacy education providers collect, organize, and analyze evidence that they can use to improve program performance. » more info

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Family Resources for Supporting Children's Reading at Home
This blog post describes the resources available to parents and caregivers who would never choose to homeschool their children—suddenly thrown into the role of classroom teacher. » more info

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What research has been conducted on how community colleges using makerspaces to supplement their existing curriculum--especially STEM courses?
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Remembering Social Presence: Higher Education Remote Teaching in COVID-19 Times

Remembering Social Presence: Higher Education Remote Teaching in COVID-19 Times
This blog post describes how suddenly teaching remotely in a time of crisis, the concept of social presence, or connectedness, becomes even more important. » more info

Literacy Coaching Models, Alabama

Literacy Coaching Models in the Southeast
This blog post describes the implementation of a number of coaching models with the goal to improve the quality of literacy instruction and to ensure that it is evidence-based. » more info

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What research has been conducted on how higher education institutions support U.S. veterans entering and attending post-secondary institutions?
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What research has been conducted on evidence-based practices or programs for supporting special education students at postsecondary institutions?
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Supporting Your Child's Reading at Home

Supporting Your Child's Reading at Home

These videos and activities provide families with information about how to support children as they practice foundational reading skills at home.

Featured Publication

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Kindergarten Teacher’s Guide to Supporting Family Involvement in Foundational Reading Skills

This Kindergarten Teacher's Guide provides information for kindergarten teachers on how to support families as they practice foundational reading skills at home. It serves as a companion to the What Works Clearinghouse (WWC) Foundational Skills to Support Reading for Understanding in Kindergarten Through 3rd Grade.

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Remembering Social Presence: Higher Education Remote Teaching in COVID-19 Times

This blog post describes how suddenly teaching remotely in a time of crisis, the concept of social presence, or connectedness, becomes even more important.