Topic: Advocacy

Family meeting with Teacher

This toolkit helps families learn how to effectively advocate for children’s literacy needs and the use of evidence-based literacy practices in school and early childhood settings.

Topic: 
Advocacy
Audience: 
Parents & Families
Young Adults Reading

This toolkit helps you learn how to effectively advocate for your literacy needs in school.

Topic: 
Advocacy
Audience: 
Parents & Families
Advocating for My Child’s Literacy Needs

A literacy advocate supports or speaks out for someone else’s educational needs or rights in reading, writing, and language. As a family member, you know your child best. You have seen your child’s literacy skills progress over time. You can embrace your role as an advocate and learn how to work together with your child’s school toward common goals.

Topic: 
Advocacy
Audience: 
Parents & Families

Un defensor de la alfabetización apoya o habla por las necesidades educativas o los derechos de otra persona en lectura, escritura y lenguaje. Como miembro de la familia, usted conoce mejor a su hijo. Ha visto progresar las habilidades de alfabetización de su hijo con el tiempo. Puede asumir su papel como defensor y aprender a trabajar junto con la escuela de su hijo para lograr objetivos comunes.

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Advocacy, Spanish
Audience: 
Parents & Families

Social Workers’ Role in Addressing Dyslexia.

Topic: 
Advocacy, Dyslexia
Audience: 
Schools & Districts, State Agencies

Las familias y los educadores pueden trabajar juntos para garantizar que los niños tengan experiencias exitosas de alfabetización dentro y fuera de la escuela. Esto es especialmente importante si los niños tienen dificultades para leer. Las familias y los educadores juegan un papel importante en un enfoque integral para el desarrollo de la alfabetización a través de cuatro acciones clave: aprender, abogar, asociarse y apoyar.

Topic: 
Advocacy, Partnerships, Spanish
Audience: 
Parents & Families

Four important steps for self-advocacy.

Topic: 
Advocacy
Audience: 
Parents & Families
Key Roles for Children’s Literacy Success

Families and educators can work together to ensure children have successful literacy experiences in and out of school. This is especially important if children have reading difficulties. Families and educators play important roles in a comprehensive approach to literacy development through four key actions: Learn, Advocate, Partner, and Support.

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Advocacy, Partnerships
Audience: 
Parents & Families

Usted y la escuela dependen el uno del otro para satisfacer las necesidades de alfabetización de su hijo. Entonces, trabajar juntos puede resolver conflictos a tiempo. Saber a dónde acudir cuando necesita información o apoyo también puede ayudarle.

Topic: 
Advocacy, Spanish
Audience: 
Parents & Families
Route to Reading: Get Another Quote

You and the school rely on each other to meet the literacy needs of your child. So, working together can solve conflicts early. Knowing where to turn when you need information or support can help too.

Topic: 
Advocacy
Audience: 
Parents & Families
Route to Reading: Set Your Destination

Advocacy comes in many forms and can be done in a variety of ways. Whatever path you choose, have a navigation system to follow and forecast your child’s literacy growth.

Topic: 
Advocacy
Audience: 
Parents & Families

Four ways to be a self-advocate.

Topic: 
Advocacy
Audience: 
Parents & Families

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