OUR POSITION

The Science of Reading

The Reading League’s mission is to demystify the science of reading so that more educators become aware of it, understand it, and use it to cultivate strong readers. We advance our mission by collaborating with schools to plan and enact long-term professional development initiatives, hosting live and virtual knowledge-building opportunities, publishing a peer-reviewed practitioner journal, and holding an Annual Conference. The Reading League works to translate key findings from the science of reading into useful knowledge and skills that educators can apply in their classrooms.

Read our complete Position Statement on the Science of Reading.

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Science of Reading Video Series

Maryanne Wolf – The Science of Reading Works to Improve Student’s Lives

“Literacy changes our brains, and that changes the lives and trajectory of an individual, which changes a society, which changes the future of our species.”

Educator Stories

The science of reading not only improves literacy outcomes for students, it also empowers educators and helps them achieve goals. Hear more from our community on how these practices have changed their teaching experiences for the better.

Lyncourt School District Shares Success

Amy Rotundo shares her success story with The Reading League and the science of reading in the Lyncourt School District.

Dr. Mark Seidenberg Shares What Has Prevented Change in Schools

“The disconnect between education and science has been detrimental to both students and educators,” says professor and researcher Dr. Mark Seidenberg. “When more programs embrace the Science of Reading, we will see better outcomes for students, educators, school districts, and society.”

THE READING LEAGUE

Science of Reading Partners

Barksdale Reading Institute
Decoding Dyslexia Maryland
glean education
BRAINSread
Read Washington
International Dyslexia Association (IDA) Oregon Branch
Mind Play
Evidence-Based Literacy Instruction
Decoding Dyslexia CA
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