The Center for Reading Recovery and Literacy Collaborative at Lesley University is a designated Reading Recovery university training center.
Reading Recovery is a school-based professional development model. Reading Recovery Teacher Training is available to educators:
Approved Reading Recovery Teacher Training Sites:
As a Reading Recovery Teacher-in-Training, you will:
At the conclusion of the year-long training, you will:
School grants for Reading Recovery
training have recently been made available through the Investing in
Innovation (i3) Federal Fund.As part of the Investing in
Innovation (i3) initiative, the U.S. Education Department has awarded Ohio State University a $55 million grant to scale
up Reading Recovery in partnership with 18 other university training centers. Districts and schools that are in the region
served by Lesley University may apply to take part in this unique grant,
which funds Reading Recovery training and support. This five-year grant ends in 2015. All U.S. schools qualify for i3 funding.
The i3 federal grant funds:
Center for Reading Recovery and Literacy Collaborative
Kelly Adams, Project Manager
Call us if you have questions, or would like to order a free Reading Recovery brochure.
Center for Reading Recovery Blog
Are you interested in establishing a new Reading Recovery training site in your district? Do you need to train a new Reading Recovery Teacher Leader? Learn more about the process. [pdf]
There are established Reading Recovery teacher training sites that are affiliated with Lesley University in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Virginia, Vermont and upstate New York. Learn where these trainings sites are and how to contact them [pdf].