Research has proven that student achievement is correlated with access to high-quality instructional materials/curricula implemented with fidelity by teachers knowledgeable in the science of reading. Panelists will address the importance of training to effectively implement the use of high-quality instructional materials. Educators must learn to unpack, study, organize, plan, and adapt materials to the needs of their students. Equitable access to high quality instructional material anchors the work of effective learning and serves as the foundation for student success.
· AIM Institute for Learning and Research
· Nebraska Dyslexia Association
· Nebraska Instructional Materials Collaborative