Early and Conventional Literacy: Supporting Learners in Kindergarten-Grade 5
A guide, Implementing Ohio’s Plan to Raise Literacy Achievement
A Guide for School Leaders, Grades K-5, is available for school leaders to support the implementation of evidence-based practices in Ohio’s Plan to Raise Literacy Achievement for students in grades Kindergarten-Grade Five. District and building administrators play key roles in improving literacy outcomes in their districts. Meaningful change must address four key actions: Shared Leadership, Effective Literacy Instruction, Collaborative Problem-Solving and Tiered Systems of Instructional Support, Additional resources and tools for each component are available below as part of the Kindergarten-Grade 5 Toolkit.
For questions about Ohio's Comprehensive Literacy State Development Grant, please contact ComprehensiveLiteracy@education.ohio.gov.
To access additional professional learning in literacy aligned to Ohio’s Plan to Raise Literacy Achievement and the School Leader’s Implementation Guide, visit Literacy Academy on Demand.
- Information and resources to support implementation through the Ohio Improvement Process
- A module on the Ohio Improvement Process is available from the Ohio Leadership Advisory Council provides overall description of Ohio’s primary strategy for supporting Ohio’s school districts' efforts to improve outcomes for all learners.
- Data teaming tools from the National Center for Intensive Intervention can help teams facilitate data meetings to support students.
- The Lead for Literacy Center provides resources and support for elementary school leaders on improving literacy teaching and learning outcomes for all students.
- Tools within the implementation guide to support school leaders:
Effective Literacy Instruction
Essential Early Literacy Skills
Supports for Literacy at Home
Tiered Systems of Instructional Support
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