Upcoming Webinar: Advocacy for Reading Rescue, Your Students, and Your Teams

We are excited to announce our next Reading Rescue Program Coordinator webinar on Monday, March 26th from 3:00-4:00pm EST. This months's topic is Advocacy for Reading Rescue, Your Students, and Your Teams and will be led by one of our program managers, Phylisa Wisdom. Our webinar series is targeted toward Reading Rescue Program Coordinators, but all who are interested are invited to attend! We will be discussing ways to be advocates for the Reading Rescue intervention, literacy, and students more broadly within your school buildings. 

Please join us by clicking here: https://zoom.us/j/527904993

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Latest graduate count: 200 Graduates and Counting...!

It's February 28, 2018, and we just reached 200 graduates in our signature program, Reading Rescue!

That's 200 first and second graders who began the 2017-2018 school year reading below grade-level and are now reading on or above grade-level thanks to the research-based literacy intervention our Reading Rescue instructors provide!

Special thanks to our Reading Rescue community across all five boroughs of New York City for pushing 200 students to make this wonderful reading growth!

Jessica Rich
100 Graduates and Counting...!

It's February 1, 2018, and we just reached 100 graduates in our signature program, Reading Rescue!

That's 100 first and second graders who began the 2017-2018 school year reading below grade-level and are now reading on or above grade-level thanks to the research-based literacy intervention our Reading Rescue instructors provide!

Special thanks to our Reading Rescue community across all five boroughs of New York City for pushing 100 students to make this wonderful reading growth!

Jessica Rich
Launching Literacy Trust!

With the start of the new year, we are proud to announce the launch of Literacy Trust's new website--a place for you to learn more about our organization's work.

Visit our website.

Connect with us on social media. 

Join our efforts!

We hope to talk soon.

Jessica Rich