TRL-WI is proud to host a free, public screening of The Right to Read documentary in Ashland, WI.
The Reading League New York presents a free, virtual event with Dr. Katie Pace Miles: Supporting Your Emergent Reader at Home: The Reading Ready Caregiver Guide
Join TRL-Washington for this free, virtual event: Collaboration Power Hour. Join Erin Chaplin, director of instruction for Yakima School District, to learn more about evidence-based curriculum review tools and processes. Register Here
TRL Michigan Presents Linda Diamond: An Overview of The Reading League's Curriculum Evaluation Tool
The Right to Read shares the stories of an activist, a teacher, and two American families who fight to provide our youngest generation with the most foundational indicator of life-long success: the ability to read.
TRL-Wisconsin presents a free public viewing of The Right to Read documentary in Wauwatosa, WI.
Join TRL-Indiana for access to this members-only series. Today's Saturday morning coffee chat features Dr. Catherine McBride, reading researcher and professor at Purdue University, talking about individual student considerations in applying findings from research. Join TRL-IN today
“Readers Go the Distance with The Reading League Colorado” Join the Summer Challenge: Walk, Bike, Run, Jog, or Hike a Half Marathon while listening and learning!
Thanks for joining our self-guided summer book study on The Writing Rope by Joan Sedita. Just complete this form and we'll send you an email with a discount code to order the book, a summer pacing guide, recorded conversations with the author, and a zoom link for our live finale session with Joan Sedita on Wed., July 19 at 7pm EST!
“Linking Reading Comprehension and Executive Function: A Pathway to Improved Instruction”
Join us this summer for a discussion of the book Thinking About Reading – What every secondary teacher needs to know about reading, by James and Dianne Murphy. We will be online with TRL-Wisconsin and TRL-Michigan co-hosts on Tuesday evenings from 7-8pm Central – with a break for July 4th. Register once and attend all six meetings!
Join The Reading League North Carolina (TRL-NC), UNC-Charlotte, and Collaborative Classroom for a screening of The Right to Read documentary, followed by a panel discussion with literacy advocates facilitated by TRL-NC President Linda Rhyne. Guests will then enjoy lunch and conversation about the film.
The Right to Read film shares the stories of an NAACP activist and South Carolina native Kareem Weaver, a teacher, and two American families who fight to provide our youngest generation with the most foundational indicator of life-long success: the ability to read.