Live Events

Please register for one of our FREE Live Events if you live in the Syracuse area, or are interested in making a trip to Upstate New York.  We regularly feature engaging expert presenters and opportunities to connect with other educators through these professional learning experiences.  If you are too far away to attend our Live Events, look for them on The Reading League’s YouTube channel.

September 17 or 18, 2019

The Three-Cueing Systems and Related Myths

Presented by:
The Reading League
SALTspace Theater / Reading League Headquarters
103 Wyoming Street
Syracuse, NY 13204
Tuesday, September 17 OR 
Wednesday, September 18
6:00 PM EDT


September 24, 2019

The Reading League-Kansas

Presented by:
The Reading League
City of Lenexa – City Hall (Prairie Star room)
17101 West 87th Street Parkway
Lenexa, KS 66219
Tuesday, September 24, 2019
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM CDT


Professional Development Offerings

Stay tuned to learn about Professional Development Offerings we will hold at The Reading League Headquarters, which is currently under construction in Syracuse, NY. There will be a fee associated with these sessions.

Customized Sessions & School Partnerships

To discuss your interest in collaborating with The Reading League for customized professional development sessions and/or school partnerships that may include long-term professional development planning and/or TRL Coaches in your school,  please contact:
Dr. Heidi Beverine-Curry, Vice President – Professional Development  |

Past Events

June 13, 2019

A Reading League Live Event in Seattle featuring Dr. Jan Hasbrouck

July 11, 2019

The Science Behind the Letter Sounds: A Process of Discovery and Clarity


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