Reading Reform Foundation of New York and Manhattanville College announce a new partnership in the establishment of the Rose Institute for Learning and Literacy.
This collaboration between Reading Reform Foundation of New York and Manhattanville is a ground-breaking one because it will be offering training to teachers in the teaching of reading, writing, spelling and comprehension that only 18% of the teacher-education programs in the United States offer, according to a study done in 2006 and now updated in 2013 by the National Council on Teacher Quality.
Reading Reform Foundation of New York, a 32 year-old not-for-profit organization, was founded by a group of teachers to improve the teaching of reading, writing, spelling and comprehension. The Founders were convinced by their own experience that all children could learn to read if they were taught properly.
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Reading Reform Foundation offers courses year-round in its office on the teaching of reading, writing, spelling and comprehension.
Reading Reform Foundation also goes into schools, when invited by superintendents or principals, to train teachers directly in their classrooms twice a week all the school year, on how to teach reading.
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Teaching Reading, One Teacher & Thirty Children at a Time
Teachers often approach me to say that teaching the program has made them better spellers. They say, "I can read, but I didn't know there were rules that governs thousands of words."
We give courses all year round on our approach. They are open to both certified teachers as well as parents and administrators.
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