This edWeb podcast is sponsored by Lexia Learning.
The webinar recording can be accessed here.
We know not every student in the U.S. learns to read in school, despite the efforts of educators. This is a solvable problem, and one that education activist Kareem Weaver seeks to solve in the new documentary, The Right to Read, produced by LeVar Burton.
Listen to this edWeb podcast with Kareem Weaver, Dr. Liz Brooke, and Andrea Setmeyer for a conversation and Q&A session on The Right to Read, a documentary film on the state of literacy in our country, and what we can all do to help our students achieve reading success.
Listeners have the opportunity to watch this limited-release documentary between April 24 – 30th and hear directly from Kareem about his experience creating the documentary, what he learned, and what we can all do to help our students succeed.
This edWeb podcast is of interest to PreK-12 teachers, librarians, school and district leaders, and education technology leaders.
This edWeb podcast is part of Science of Reading Week.
This five-day event, April 24th – 28th, is your front row seat to learn from the brightest minds in the national literacy conversation and your key to unlocking literacy learning for every student. Join us for the week to unpack the science and ensure your students learn to read, write, and speak with confidence.Lexia Learning
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