Striving Readers Comprehensive Literacy Grantee Meeting March 6-8, 2012 Chicago, Illinois.
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March 6-8, 2012
This information is being provided for the purpose of the fiscal year (FY) 2012 Striving Readers Comprehensive Literacy grantees meeting. Assessment tools, curriculum, and other information and materials mentioned or shown at this meeting by presenters or grantees are provided as resources and examples for the viewer’s convenience. Their inclusion is not intended as an endorsement by the U.S. Department of Education.
In addition, the instructional practices and assessments discussed or shown in these presentations are not intended to mandate, direct, or control a State's, local educational agency's, or school's specific instructional content, academic achievement system and assessments, curriculum, or program of instruction. States and local programs are free to use any instructional content, achievement system and assessments, curriculum, or program instruction that they wish, so long as the instructional materials and literacy activities meet the Striving Readers Comprehensive Literacy program requirements and are part of their approved grant application.
Colorado’s Comprehensive Literacy Plan Formula Grantee
Leveraging and Sustaining the Education Reform Agenda to Improve Literacy Outcomes
Inclusion of Birth to Five (P-20 System):
Lynn Bamberry, Competitive Grants and Awards, email@example.com
Michelle Boyer, Early Childhood Initiatives,firstname.lastname@example.org
Candy Myers, Exceptional Student Services, email@example.com
Dian Prestwich, Read To Achieve and Colorado Basic Literacy Act, firstname.lastname@example.org