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Reading & Literacy Webinar

Supporting Literacy Skills Development for Every Student

Tue., April 12, 2022, 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET
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Enable more equitable and inclusive learning experiences with education solutions designed to support literacy skills development.

Get actionable insights on how to:

  • Obtain literacy resources and supports for your students
  • Access technologies to meet students where they are in their reading journey
  • Utilize accessibility options such as language translation or hearing a text read at a slower speed

Each student’s path to thrive in reading and literacy differs. When learning environments are created to address unique needs, equity becomes possible and ensures students have access to opportunities, resources, and supports based on where they are and where they want to go.

Jaclyn Haines
2nd Grade Teacher, Milton Area School District (Pa.)
Karey Killian
K-5 Library/Media Specialist, Milton Area School District (Pa.)
Geri Gillespy, Ed.D.
Senior Program Manager, Microsoft
Dana Bonds
Senior Vice President of Strategic Alliances, First Book
Kecia Ray
Chief Executive Officer, K20Connect LLC

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