Courses available free of charge statewide; 125 school and district leaders will also receive coaching through literacy leadership cohort
This handbook, created by the Georgia Department of Education, describes the profile of dyslexia and what it looks and sounds like when a child is experiencing difficulties in learning to read. The document includes recommendations for dyslexia screening and how to systematically approach reading instruction, ensuring individualization and differentiation of instruction for each and every child.
Teachers, you invest in our children every day, so let us invest in you! The Rollins Center and its Cox Campus are excited to partner with the City of Atlanta and the Promise All Atlanta Children Thrive (PAACT) alliance and the Rotary Club of Atlanta to present the Early Childhood Champion award. When you enroll in this opportunity and complete the related professional development training, you'll receive a $500 stipend.
MCS partnered with the United Way, Atlanta Speech School, Learn4Life, Cobb Collaborative, Wellstar, early learning providers, and numerous other organizations throughout Marietta to provide a birth through age eight continuum committed to developing the reading brain. Formally called “Literacy and Justice for All,” the goal of this partnership is simple: equipping every child with the language abilities and literacy skills they need to be on a path to a life of self-determination.
Literacy & Justice for All (LJFA) is a movement, the vision of which is universal literacy. Launched in Marietta, Georgia for the 2021-22 school year, LJFA is realizing a citywide ecosystem that supports language and literacy from the third trimester of pregnancy through the construction of the deep reading brain for every child.