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IROS Info Session: Bringing IROS to your local setting

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Info session to learn about materials & supports available to bring Improving Reading for Older Students (IROS) back to your local setting.

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This info session is for schools interested in bringing Improving Reading for Older Students back to their local setting -- specifically to have their teachers engage in this asynchronous online course during this upcoming school year, with their own staff as course facilitators.

We will be hosting an info session on Wednesday 6/16 5-6 p.m. ET to discuss the following topics:

  • What is the role of a facilitator?
  • What materials and supports are available to make IROS happen in your local setting?
  • What are the costs of these materials and supports?

We will leave time for Q&A at the end of the info session and will send you home with a fact sheet. We welcome questions in advance; please use this form (http://bit.ly/IROSInfoQs). You will be able to submit questions more than once, so please feel free to submit questions as they come to mind.

The session will be recorded and made available on achievethecore.org.

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We design for the students whose potential is not currently being realized within the American public education system, specifically Black students and students who are English learners. We believe challenging K-12 academic standards, in the context of culturally relevant teaching and equitable classroom practice, are non-negotiable when it comes to improving student outcomes. We believe that effective leadership and instruction persistently takes action to eradicate racist systems and policies so that all students can thrive academically.

In partnership with other passionate change-makers, we design tools and resources, professional learning, and other supports, grounded in research and the reality of the classroom. Student Achievement Partners regularly engages content experts, policy makers, partner organizations, and practitioners to reimagine just, equitable, and excellent instruction at grade level. We develop practical tools and resources to help teachers plan for and implement equitable instruction. We partner with anyone committed to bold, substantial efforts to rethink how we teach and students learn.

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