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CORE February 07, 2020
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On-Demand Webinar: Structured Literacy Instruction for English Learners

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On-Demand Webinar: Casualties of War: Reading Science Denial and Racism’s Impact on African American Children

Presented by Kareem Weaver, Member of the NAACP Oakland Branch’s Education Committee

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Check out CORE’s new 3rd edition of the popular Teaching Reading Sourcebook, with content updates and a brand new chapter on MTSS. Assessing Reading: Multiple Measures, 2nd Edition has also been revised with new, clearer test instructions and an easy-to-use format.

CORE is excited to be a reseller of the digiCOACH Advanced Teacher Coaching Platform. They will be integrating digiCOACH into their work with districts and schools to strengthen instructional practice and improve outcomes for all students. Learn more about digiCOACH.

You can learn more about CORE’s approach to professional learning, and gain insights and evidence-based strategies, in their most recent newsletter. Also consider participating in CORE’s Online Elementary Reading Academy, a facilitated online, asynchronous course. The course teaches educators the essential components of reading instruction with clear and explicit models immediately applicable to the classroom.

Check out these on-demand webinars, that you can view at your convenience:

 

 

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