Bureau: Philadelphia

CLI’s Raise a Glass for Reading Annual Fundraiser w/Jason Reynolds

Join us as we raise funds to support programs that help teachers and students succeed. Come celebrate literacy, equity, and the joy of learning with a national coalition of supporters and advocates. Raise a Glass for Reading is Children’s Literacy Initiative’s annual fundraising event that recognizes the amazing work and incredible stories of coaches, teachers, …

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Summer Book Study – “Shifting the Balance”

This book study is comprised of three 30-minute informal Zoom sessions. The discussion will focus on K–2 literacy instruction. Each session is from 9:00–9:30 am ET. Participants need to purchase their own copy of the book.

The toll on students: Philadelphia’s gun violence epidemic and mental health

Philadelphia is experiencing historic levels of gun violence — and the city’s students are among those directly impacted by this community trauma. This reality is taking a toll on schools, which are already reeling from the disruption of the pandemic and now struggling to meet the mental health needs of students who have been shot, involved in a shooting, or …

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You’ve Had LETRS Training. Now What? Virtual Learning Series

Session 1: LETRS and Collaborative Literacy Overview Tuesday, March 15 at 4:00 PM ET As educators engage in LETRS training, it is time to ensure teachers are using a curriculum that meets the criteria for systematic, explicit foundational skills intervention. Participants will learn how Being a Reader and SIPPS (Systematic Instruction in Phonological Awareness, Phonics, …

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Understanding the Influence of Linguistic Variation on Reading: Implications for Teaching – AIM Institute Research to Practice Symposium

Join the AIM Institute for Learning & Research in Conshohocken, PA in-person or via live stream for this FREE daylong learning event for educators. Language is the foundation for the development of reading and writing. Our nation represents a broad range of language varieties and patterns of language development. Presenters at AIM’s 10th Annual Research …

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Virtual Information Session

NOTE: Zoom Link to be sent once registration is confirmed! About this event KIPP New Jersey is excited to announce our Camden Elementary School Virtual Information Session! In Fall 2022 we will open the doors to our founding elementary school, KIPP Sumner Elementary, which will begin by serving grades K-1. We will continue to serve …

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Helen Oakes Literacy Institute

JOIN US for our 3rd annual Helen Oakes Literacy Institute! The event is FREE for Philadelphia teachers! Saturday, November 6 | 9:30 am – 1:00 pm LIVE Virtual Programming Helen Oakes was passionate about the students and teachers of Philadelphia. For nineteen years her newsletter framed the conversation around teaching and learning in schools throughout …

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What a Year: A Family Day of Healing

“This outdoor family event will focus on self-care, mental health wellness, violence prevention, and celebration. Workshops on the following topics will be available: healing-centered art-making for all ages; meditation and mindfulness practices; accessing free to low-cost mental health services; self and community-care tools and practices; de-escalation and conflict resolution tools; nutrition and healing the human …

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