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The Florida Department of Education has partnered with Learning Ally to help Florida students with certified print disabilities succeed in school and beyond. Enroll now for unlimited audiobooks at no cost to your school.

Contact Kimberlie Hiler at 609.651.8550 for support.

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Two Free Webinars to Support Your Knowledge about Reading Disabilities and Florida’s Reading Retention Law

Florida State University’s Richard Wagner on
Cutting Edge Research to Empower Schools to Support Students with Reading Disabilities

Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2018 at 3 pm ET

Richard Wagner

The goal of this presentation is to convey recent research results that are leading to improved approaches for identifying students with reading disability that lead to positive outcomes for your students.


Register through the Empowering Struggling Readers community at edWeb.net/readers

Learning Ally’s Terrie Noland to present
5 Reasons Learning Ally is Your Solution to Support Florida’s Struggling Readers

Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2018 at 2 pm ET

Terrie Noland

This event will show how Learning Ally is easy to set up and fits into your existing curriculum, so you can comply with Florida’s reading retention law and empower your struggling readers to become confident learners.

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Kimberlie Hiler

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Kimberlie Hiler

kHiler@LearningAlly.org | 609.651.8550

Kimberlie is here to help you with an questions or assistance you may have about Teacher Ally, professional development, and all the benefits that are available to you through this grant.