Take Our Online Courses

Are you a teacher or practitioner looking to support your emerging or struggling reader? Support your students by brushing up on your knowledge of reading instruction and intensified instruction best-practices through our online, on-demand, and self-guided courses.

We offer CEUs, PDPs, and Act 48 hours in the following states:

Arkansas, California, Illinois (City of Chicago), Hawaii, Oregon, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Washington

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District Services

Looking to Raise Reading Proficiency Rates In your School?

We partner with school districts to build awareness of literacy best-practices, drive school systems change, and implement effective instruction to raise reading proficiency rates. Our district training includes online coursework, knowledge-base check-ins, RTI system auditing, and year-long implementation support.

Our customizable, affordable, and accessible online training will help you comply with state dyslexia laws, promote literacy instruction best-practices, and provide effective intervention for struggling readers. We guarantee engagement and impact by pairing content knowledge with robust implementation support.

85% of students in Special Education have a primary disability in reading and writing.  If we train our general ed teachers to teach reading effectively and properly intensify instruction for all learners, we believe we’d reduce special education rates saving districts millions of dollars.

Check out how districts around the country are using our courses to satisfy state compliance, meet IEP requirements, and support students. Browse our District Services here.


Interested in Teacher Resources?

So are we. Our vision is to create a wealth of high-quality resources on dyslexia, language-based learning differences, and supporting struggling students so that administrators and teachers can pop in to glean information that will support their students.

Visit our Blog and popular Research-to-Practice Podcast now!