New Resource: Building a Culture of Engaged Academic Literacy in Classrooms

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New literacy standards and workforce expectations call for the creation of a culture of literacy in secondary education.

This new article offers ideas about developing a schoolwide culture of literacy using the Reading Apprenticeship instructional framework. Practical examples and strategies for administrators and teachers to consider are also shared.

Cynthia Greenleaf, Ruth Schoenbach, and Lynn Murphy of WestEd’s Strategic Literacy Initiative wrote this article for the International Literacy Association’s Literacy Practices That Adolescents Deserve, a series that brings readers inside real classrooms with practical, research-based strategies to implement in classrooms and schools.

Visit the Building a Culture of Engaged Academic Literacy in Schools resource page to download a free copy.

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