The UConn Language & Literacy Fellowship Program Presents an October Event

The UConn Language & Literacy Fellowship Program Presents an October Event

This year’s Special Education in Connecticut Summit is focused on dyslexia!

For more information: https://education.uconn.edu/2019-special-education-in-connecticut-summit/

Announcing New Regional Cohorts!

Cohorts in Fairfield (Southwestern CT) and Groton (Southeastern CT) are slated to begin in 2020.  Please use the survey below to indicate interest and join the mailing list.

Access the Southeastern Connecticut Cohort Information slideshow.

Enter your response to the program interest survey.

Literacy Specialist Program

The Literacy Specialist Program includes a set of courses designed to meet state requirements for two advanced certifications related to literacy: the 102-Remedial Reading & Language Arts Teacher and the 097-Reading Consultant. Though specific position titles vary widely by district, teachers who hold the 102 license are certified to be specialists providing and/or supporting expert and intensive reading instruction and intervention. The 097 license is an administrative license for those who have worked for at least one year as a Remedial Reading & Language Arts Teacher. Those who hold the 097 license are certified to design and supervise reading programs at the school or district level.

UConn Language & Literacy Fellowship Program

UConn Language & Literacy Fellowship Program

Secondary Literacy Strategy Set

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Click on the new dropdown menu for information about a collaborative Secondary Literacy Strategy project with Windsor Public Schools.