The Center for Development and Learning
CDL, a 501(c)(3) Louisiana nonprofit organization, specializes in customized, pragmatic professional learning for educators that is specific and relevant to the needs of their students. CDL professionals have special expertise in the areas of literacy, evidence-based teaching strategies, learning differences and tailored intervention, and building the capacity of teachers. We tackle real-time issues such as ways to move smoothly into instruction that meets the demands of the Common Core State Standards, remediate struggling readers, differentiate instruction, and build and sustain collective collaborative capacity.
Center on Teaching & Learning, University of Oregon
The Center on Teaching & Learning (CTL) at the University of Oregon conducts and disseminates research on practical solutions to serious problems in school systems. CTL designs evidence-based educational interventions and maintains a robust data monitoring system for assessing and reporting student performance in reading and math. CTL is also the official home of DIBELS and the new DIBELS 8th Edition.
Corwin, A SAGE Publishing Company
Corwin is the premier publisher and provider of professional resources and services that equip PreK–12 educators with innovative tools to improve teaching and learning so all children can succeed. Our books, digital products, institutes, and on-site consulting services offer practical, research-based strategies created by experts. Visit www.corwin.com for resources on language development, literacy, equity, leadership, and more.
Corwin, A SAGE Publishing Company
2455 Teller Road
Thousand Oaks, CA 91320
Phone: (800) 233-9936
Kendore Learning is a leading provider of specialized structured literacy curriculum, teacher training, ongoing support, and materials to educators across the nation. Kendore trained teachers learn the skills necessary to teach phonology, phonological awareness, the alphabetic principle (phonics), vocabulary, fluency, handwriting and comprehension. Our multisensory approach is highly participatory and engaging. Teachers and students become involved in the process of learning in a fun, yet cognitive way that lasts a lifetime. Our program is accredited by the International Dyslexia Association and the International Multisensory Structured Language Education Council.
12755 Century Drive, Suite C
Alpharetta, GA 30009
Phone: (770) 752-1724
Language Circle Enterprises / Project Read Curriculum
Project Read curriculum materials and teacher training opportunities for Phonics, Written Expression, and Reading Comprehension are proven by performance and regarded by reputation for over 48 years. All curriculum strands provide direct, multi-sensory instruction taught in a sequential, systematic order. Applicable for Tiers 1-3 instruction, classroom teachers, Special Education providers, tutors, and parents. Appropriate for learners Kindergarten through adult.
Letterland is a phonemic awareness, phonics, spelling, and handwriting program for Pre-K through Grade 2. Students learn sounds and phonics patterns through story-based characters that are visually embedded in letters. Letterland uses a structured, systematic phonics sequence aligned with Orton-Gillingham practices. Letterland teaches foundational reading skills using a multi-sensory approach to activate learning through visuals, music, movement, art, and role-play. Research shows that this engaging and motivating curriculum allows students to quickly progress to word building, reading and writing. The systematic/explicit nature of Letterland results in far less students struggling to read. For general classrooms, EC and Special Education students.
231 Grey Road
Davidson, NC 28036
Phone: (704) 819-3603
National Center on Improving Literacy
The National Center on Improving Literacy, funded by the United States Department of Education, is a partnership between literacy experts, university researchers, and technical assistance providers at the University of Oregon, Florida State University and RMC Research Corporation. Our goals are:
- Increase access to, and use of, evidence-based approaches to screen, identify, and instructionally support students with literacy-related disabilities, including dyslexia.
- Build individual and organizational capacity to assess students’ literacy related skill, identify students with disabilities or those at risk of disabilities, and fully implement evidence-based literacy-related programs and professional development.
National Center on Improving Literacy
5292 University of Oregon
Eugene, OR 97403
Neuhaus Education Center
Neuhaus Education Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational foundation dedicated to promoting reading success. Neuhaus specializes evidence-based multisensory reading instruction and professional learning for classroom, intervention and remediation teacher and leaders in grades K-12. Delivery includes mentoring, individual instruction, online programming and on-site courses. Our staff include licensed dyslexia therapists, authors in peer-reviewed journals and textbook chapters, board members of international organizations that promote evidence-based reading instruction and Texas Dyslexia Handbook committee members. Neuhaus experts want to help you customize a plan to meet your ELA challenges.
Readsters supports instruction that produces successful readers. We work nationally and internationally. As specialists in teaching reading, we continue to learn about the reading process by studying current research, interacting and collaborating with professionals in the field, attending conferences, following education policy, and working with students of all ages who are learning to read.
The support we provide is guided by our own experience and by evidence-based research in reading and related fields such as neuroscience and psychology. We emphasize explicit, structured, and systematic instruction. Our extensive work in schools allows us to test and improve our methods and materials to ensure they lead to reading success.
The Reading Teacher’s Top Ten Tools
The Reading Teacher’s Top Ten Tools – Online professional development for K-6 teachers who want to learn more about how to teach reading and writing. Through content drawn from the science of reading, teachers learn how reading, spelling, and writing happen and how to teach these skills effectively. Through engaging narrative and classroom videos, teachers bridge their knowledge to practice with real students in real classrooms. This self-paced interactive 3-credit course is being enjoyed by individual teachers, implemented by schools, and highlighted within district initiatives.
There is always more to learn about reading – Effective teaching happens with research-supported knowledge. Watch. Learn. Teach.
The Reading Teacher’s Top Ten Tools: Instruction That Makes a Difference
3709 N. Tamarack Dr.
Boise, ID 83703
Phone: (208) 859-4594
Voyager Sopris Learning®
Voyager Sopris Learning® is committed to partnering with school districts to overcome obstacles that students, teachers, and school leaders face every day. Our suite of instructional and service solutions is not only research based, but also evidence based—proven to increase student achievement and educator effectiveness. Our solutions have been fully tested in the classroom, ensuring that they are easy to implement and teacher friendly. We provide assessments, technology, professional development and school-improvement services, literacy and math instructional tools—both comprehensive intervention and supplemental—and resources to build a positive school climate. For more information, visit www.voyagersopris.com.
Voyager Sopris Learning®
17855 Dallas Parkway, Suite 400
Dallas, TX 75287
Phone: (800) 547-6747
Wilson Language Training
Wilson Language Training is dedicated to providing educators with the resources they need to help their students become fluent, independent readers. Wilson is a provider of professional development and research-based reading and spelling curricula for all ages. Its multisensory, structured curricula-the Wilson Reading System®, Wilson Fundations®, Wilson Just Words®, and Wilson Fluency®-have proven highly effective. Wilson also brings to the task two decades of professional development courses and ongoing teacher support. Partnering with public and private schools, as well as clinics and adult education centers across the country, Wilson strives toward its ultimate goal: literacy for all.
In partnership with the Louisiana DOE, XanEdu provides a complete solution for the Unit Readers and Student Handouts for ELA GuideBooks K-12 curriculum.
Educators have more curriculum choice at their hands than ever before. Yet, longstanding, common challenges persist: traditional textbooks are viewed as overpriced, quickly outdated and lacking relevance at the state and district level. At the same time, unique supplemental content often gets lost in SharePoint, and teachers stand for hours at the copy machine. With 20 years of experience, XanEdu empowers K-12 educators to overcome these challenges with our powerful customization solutions. Together we can create high-quality, customized readers and workbooks that help your students succeed.
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