Colorado district making significant literacy gains using LETRS professional development

By: | March 19, 2021

LETRS is the best training I have received in my career.”

In an effort to improve literacy instruction at the K-2 grade levels, administrators in the Littleton Public Schools in Colorado implemented a new Structured Literacy curriculum in the 2017-2018 school year. Helping teachers develop a deeper understanding of this new systematic approach was essential to the success of the new curriculum.

In this case study, learn how LPS is using LETRS (Language Essentials for Teachers of Reading and Spelling) professional learning to empower teachers by helping them master the fundamentals of reading instruction, and is seeing significant gains as a result.


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