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IMSE Is So Much More

Announcing our new perspective paper, IMSE Is So Much More, that outlines how we uniquely apply Orton-Gillingham and the Science of Reading to meet the needs of ALL developing readers.
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It’s National Library Week!

Finding a great book at the library is like a treasure hunt, and deciding what to read next can be an empowering experience for children and adults alike.
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Attendees Share Their Feedback on Last Week’s Making an Impact Literacy Summit

Last week’s second annual IMSE Literacy Summit, Making an Impact, captured the interest of more than 2,700 educators, administrators, and parents seeking to learn more about Structured Literacy.
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What Does Making an Impact Look Like? 

“We receive positive feedback from our educators each time we do training, many of whom comment on the knowledge of IMSE trainers, the great amount of skills and knowledge they get out of the training and can implement immediately in…
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Equity in Literacy

Equity in Literacy: Tackling Socio-Economic Disadvantages with the Science of Reading

“If your literacy program is not structured to get the most number of kids to the top, or to that level of society, or to proficiency, there is no equity. There can be no equity, no social justice, without literacy.”…
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Read Across America Day

Let’s Celebrate Read Across America Day!

National Read Across America Day occurs each year on the birthday of beloved children’s book author Dr. Seuss, so put on a Seussian hat and join students, parents, teachers, and communities around the nation today and share your love of…
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