We help educators meet and exceed their goals for student achievement. Because we are passionate about student success, we provide unparalleled support in three key areas: evidence-based instructional solutions, in-depth professional development, and use of cutting-edge technology to accelerate learning.


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Our research-based literacy solutions accelerate student learning and achievement. Through our programs, students learn foundational and advanced literacy concepts—from comprehension to compositional writing to critical thinking skills—that translate across all content areas.




Our core curriculum and targeted supplemental solutions are research-based and adhere to the National Mathematics Advisory Panel’s recommendations. Students achieve success through meaningful practice, discussions, progress monitoring, concrete and visual models of concepts and procedures.

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Our professional development products and services connect educators, researchers, and authors to improve teachers’ impact in the classroom. Ranging from literacy, to math, to classroom management and behavior, these resources engage educators in meaningful content and actionable, evidence-based practices.

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Spring Webinars

Diane Vautrot
Dr. Diane Vautrot

Wednesday, April 18  |  12:00 p.m. ET

Overcoming the Challenge of Poverty: Helping Low-Income Students Move Toward Reading Success

Educators can inspire students to move beyond the confines of poverty and low achievement to gain skills they need for success.

Dr. Diane Vautrot will share her experiences leading a reading initiative in a public school system in a culture of poverty in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. You will learn how Vautrot and her team made dramatic improvements for students reading below grade level, including those with severe reading disabilities. With a staff committed to leading students to believe in their capabilities and a sound, low-cost reading program, teachers in Gilmer County Charter Schools are breaking the cycle of generational illiteracy and changing lives.

Dr. Diane Vautrot
, Support Services Coordinator, Gilmer County Charter Schools, GA

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Louisa MoatsDr. Louisa Moats

Monday, April 23, 2018  |  3:00 p.m. ET

Teacher Preparedness: Who is Confident Teaching Reading and Spelling?

Poor preparation of teachers specializing in reading and learning disabilities is contributing to this country’s literacy problem. In this insightful presentation, nationally recognized literacy expert Dr. Louisa Moats explores why this problem exists and what administrators and teachers can do to help students achieve greater success.

Join us to gain insights into:

  • The disciplinary knowledge necessary to be confident (and effective)
  • The dynamic interconnection of reading development, structure of language, and assessment of individual differences
  • How to help educators become confident (and effective) teachers of reading, spelling, and language
  • Why considerable breadth and depth of subject matter knowledge is necessary to teach explicitly

Dr. Louisa Moats
 is the lead author of LETRS® (Language Essentials for Teachers of Reading and Spelling).

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