Across the U.S., students are struggling to learn how to read. But new state policies and classroom practices are showing success in helping kids catch up.
Hear from a classroom teacher and curriculum specialist from Texas, a Washington state district superintendent, and a key architect of Mississippi's statewide reading plan.
In this free webinar on Tuesday, Nov. 16, at 4 p.m. PDT, they'll discuss how systemic obstacles might be removed so we can better reach and teach struggling readers.
This conversation coincides with a special reporting series about new challenges and solutions in literacy produced in partnership with The Christian Science Monitor, The Hechinger Report, the Solutions Journalism Network and the Education Labs at AL.com, The Dallas Morning News, The Fresno Bee and The Seattle Times.