Read about research and outcomes for the Center.
The Center's research-based professional development features the following characteristics:
Research shows that our programs make a sustainable difference for students. Our featured program offerings — Literacy Collaborative, Reading Recovery, and Leveled Literacy Intervention — have been tested by rigorous studies that:
Literacy CollaborativeLiteracy Collaborative is a nationally-recognized, comprehensive school literacy improvement model designed to help teachers ensure that all students become successful readers and writers. Every year, Literacy Collaborative schools collect and analyze data on student growth and achievement to evaluate their effectiveness, inform decisions about students, and improve their implementation of the model. A Lesley University-based researcher provides technical assistance and training to support schools in data collection and research.
Leveled Literacy Intervention is a short-term, small-group supplementary intervention for struggling readers in grades K–12 developed by Irene Fountas and Gay Su Pinnell. Students participate in LLI lessons for up to 20 weeks. A highly-trained LLI teacher delivers daily lessons to small groups.
Literacy Professional Development in Cambridge
Literacy for All Conference, R.I.
On-Site Literacy Professional Development at Your School
Online Literacy Courses K-8
Graduate Certificate (Online)
Leveled Literacy Intervention (LLI) K–2
Leveled Literacy Intervention (LLI) 3–12
Building School Leadership
School Leaders Seminar
Literacy Leadership Team Institute
Guided Reading Resources
Center for Reading Recovery and Literacy Collaborative
Guided Reading in a Primary Classroom
Guided Reading in an Intermediate or Middle Classroom
Research and Outcomes
The Center for Reading Recovery and Literacy Collaborative
Phone: 617.349.8424 or 800.999.1959, ext. 8424
29 Everett Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
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