Topic: Partnerships

Family with Teacher

This toolkit helps families and schools work together to support children’s literacy success in and out of school.

Topic: 
Partnerships
Audience: 
Parents & Families, Schools & Districts
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
Partnering With Your Child’s School

You and the school share responsibility for your child’s language and literacy learning. Collaborate with your school to make decisions about your child’s literacy education right from the start. Your child benefits when you and the school work together to support her literacy development. Working together promotes faster development and catches trouble spots early.

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Partnerships
Audience: 
Parents & Families

A well-functioning Multi-tiered System of Support for Reading (MTSS-R) collects fidelity of implementation data – including data on family engagement – and uses it to make improvements to the health of the system.

Topic: 
Partnerships
Audience: 
Schools & Districts

You and the school can share literacy resources to help your child and others get evidence-based literacy instruction. Learn to spot questionable or ineffective practices.

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Partnerships
Audience: 
Parents & Families

The way you and families approach home-school interactions and relationships, impacts children’s literacy success.

Topic: 
Partnerships
Audience: 
Schools & Districts
Route to Reading: Form a Pit Crew

Addressing needs together promotes faster development and catches trouble spots early. Find a solution that you and the school can both support.

Topic: 
Partnerships
Audience: 
Parents & Families
Route to Reading: Form a Pit Crew - Schools

Addressing needs together promotes faster development and catches trouble spots early. See if you and families can find a solution that you both can support.

Topic: 
Partnerships
Audience: 
Schools & Districts
Route to Reading: Inspect the Manual - Instruction & Intervention

You and the school can talk about your child’s literacy profile and how literacy instruction and intervention is matched to your child’s literacy needs.

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Partnerships
Audience: 
Parents & Families
Route to Reading: Inspect the Manual - Schools

You and families can talk about individual children’s literacy profiles and how literacy instruction and intervention are matched to children’s literacy needs.

Topic: 
Partnerships
Audience: 
Schools & Districts
Route to Reading: Inspect the Manual - Screening & Assessment

You and the school can discuss key assessment tools, rubrics, grading criteria, or strategies to determine together if your child is successful in learning literacy content, skills, or completing an assignment.

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Partnerships, Screening
Audience: 
Parents & Families
Route to Reading: Schedule Regular Maintenance

Regular and positive communication and interaction between you and the school make partnering to support your child’s literacy learning possible.

Topic: 
Partnerships
Audience: 
Parents & Families
Route to Reading: Schedule Regular Maintenance - Schools

Regular and positive communication and interaction between you and families make partnering to support children’s literacy learning possible.

Topic: 
Partnerships
Audience: 
Schools & Districts

In this tutorial, you will learn evidence-based information about family and school partnerships for children’s literacy success, all in an interactive online experience. The tutorial includes a school and family track.

Topic: 
Partnerships
Audience: 
Parents & Families, Schools & Districts

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