offer a school reform model through an approach to literacy instruction that benefits teachers and students at all levels.
assist with Response to Intervention (RTI) professional
development and implementation (known as Scientific Research-Based Interventions or SRBI in Connecticut). This includes suggestions for resource allocation and scheduling, literacy assessment, data collection and interpretation, and instructional strategies and recommendations for students in Tiers 1, 2 and 3.
provide student assessment teams for data collection and analysis to facilitate instructional decisions and timely applications.
perform school and district needs assessments including curriculum and assessment reviews, with recommendations for professional development, teaching, mentoring and materials that will yield the greatest sustainable gains.
design and deliver customized professional development for districts, schools, and grade levels, with a primary focus on pre-K through grade 3 and the ability to work in grades 4 through 12.
offer a variety of professional development models and
assist with writing proposals for literacy funding.
offer opportunities to learn more about evidence-based reading instruction and to share experiences with other administrators. We provide administrators with tools and strategies to engage teachers and insure accountability.