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Welcome to Learning Ally’s blog. You've come to the right place if you are an innovative teacher who wants to transform more struggling readers into grade-level achievers.


Has the Movement Towards Structured Literacy Reignited a New Reading War?
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January 27, 2020 by Julie Heaton

Blog Author: Heather Wiederstein The fact is the tenets of Structured Literacy have lived in reading classrooms since long before IDA succinctly coined the term ... Read More about Has the Movement Towards Structured Literacy Reignited a New Reading War?

What Struggling Readers Wish School Administrators Knew
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January 21, 2020 by Julie Heaton

In September, Learning Ally hosted an edWebinar, titled, “What Struggling Readers Wish Administrators Knew.” Terrie Noland, V.P. of Educator Leadership & Learning led the ... Read More about What Struggling Readers Wish School Administrators Knew

Struggling Readers Can Thrive in Catholic Schools
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January 14, 2020 by Julie Heaton

Blog Author: Mary Cohen Catholic schools face extraordinary challenges today in addressing a multitude of students' learning needs. This is especially true for educators who ... Read More about Struggling Readers Can Thrive in Catholic Schools

Another Route to Reading
Middle school boy writing

December 17, 2019 by Jenny Falke

Blog Author: Lindsey Gervais Most students who struggle with their reading also do not feel as though they are in control of their learning experience. ... Read More about Another Route to Reading

What To Do About Stalling Literacy Rates in the U.S.
student-reading

December 13, 2019 by Jenny Falke

What to do about the lack of progress in reading scores? We know that a student’s reading proficiency directly impacts their ability to succeed academically. ... Read More about What To Do About Stalling Literacy Rates in the U.S.