Superintendent Roundtable: Closing Reading Gaps by Leading a Literacy Transformation

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Date & Time: Tuesday, May 28th at 2 pm ET

The literacy crisis facing K-12 educators today is staggering; 66% of fourth graders failed to meet proficiency on the NAEP’s most recent national reading assessment. Improving literacy in school districts quickly and effectively will require a sense of urgency, transformative leadership, and a reliance on proven, research-based strategies.  

In this webinar, a roundtable of district leaders from around the country will discuss the strategies they are using today that have made significant and measurable strides in literacy scores—sustainably, consistently, and equitably. 


Mike Chaix, Ed.D., Superintendent, Cucamonga School District (Calif.) 

Gil Diaz, M.Ed., Assistant Superintendent, Cucamonga School District 

Robin Poynter, M.Ed., Assistant Superintendent for Instruction and Assessment, Hancock County Public Schools (Ky.) 

Corinne Hayes, M.Ed., Assistant Superintendent, Southwest Local Schools (Ohio)

Moderator: Robin Zikmund, Dyslexia Advocate and Community Engagement Manager, IMSE and Founder and President, Decoding Dyslexia Idaho

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