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Looking to transform your school with the Science of Reading? We’ve got just the thing!

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Are you a teacher? Start your Science of Reading journey here.

Learning A-Z can help teachers differentiate instruction, keep students engaged, and refine important foundational skills with the following three keys to literacy:

Key 1 - Increase Teacher Confidence

Key 1: Increase Teacher Confidence

Key 2 - Enable Personalization

Key 2: Enable Personalization

Key 3 - Boost Student Motivation

Key 3: Boost Student Motivation

Equip your educators with the essentials to boost literacy performance for every student by identifying resource opportunities with a free consultation.

Key #1

Build Confidence With Science of Reading Professional Development

Increase confidence and guide teachers on their journey to success by ensuring your professional development can deliver:

  • Expert-level content and support from subject matter experts, thought leaders, and fellow educators
  • Point-of-use professional development that is easy to access to support educators when and where they need it
  • Dynamic content that takes a deeper dive into pedagogy and instructional routines in a way that is easy to view on digital devices, including smartphones
  • Personalized and flexible professional development that allows teachers to choose when, what, and how to consume it
  • Relevant strategies and skills in multiple formats that are approachable and realistic to implement to meet a variety of learning preferences

Identify professional learning opportunities in your classroom with a free consultation. 


Key #2

Personalize Instruction Using Research-Based Best Practices

As teachers identify their students’ unique needs, ensure they have research-based resources to differentiate instruction for students at every skill level. Unlock this essential key to literacy development with a checklist of our five curriculum and instructional must-haves for research-based instruction that includes:

  • An effective scope and sequence that includes a planned, logical, systemic, research-based lesson
  • Systematic and explicit instruction that clearly explains the concepts with a high degree of student-teacher interaction
  • Lessons that include decodable texts or texts that are selected based on the phonics skills that have been taught up to that point in the scope and sequence
  • Advanced word study that includes word parts and forms
  • Qualitative and quantitative measures to track student outcomes

Discover what essential resources are missing to unlock the Science of Reading in your classrooms. Identify instructional resource opportunities with a free consultation. 


Key 3

Boost Student Motivation With the Science of Reading

Implementing research-based instruction can be fun! Ensure that teachers have access to a library of differentiated, high-interest books at various levels of text complexity to encourage students to practice reading and fulfill these five criteria:

  • Digital and mobile access to hundreds of books and corresponding quizzes at different levels of text complexity and languages
  • Opportunities for close reading activities and reinforcing the reading and writing connection with interactive tools and constructed quiz responses
  • A fun and engaging learning environment with built-in motivational rewards
  • Easy-to-read reports that track individual and class-wide progress
  • Parent and caretaker access with the ability to see progress and communicate with their student

Increase student motivation and engagement with a free consultation. 


Schedule a Consultation with a
Literacy Expert

Continue on your Science of Reading journey with Learning A-Z!

Schedule a free consultation with one of our curriculum experts and let us help you reach your literacy goals. 

During this time, you’ll discuss your needs with a literacy expert and receive a personalized plan that will address instructional resource opportunities, boost student motivation, and instill the confidence necessary to deliver Science of Reading-aligned instruction.