“Today, we’ve taken a big step toward our vision of redefining the way our nation is taught, one student, one teacher, and one school at a time.”
Groves Literacy Partnerships (GLP) is busy preparing for the 2022-23 school year and its seventh year of operation, partnering with public and independent schools in the greater Twin Cities Metro Area and greater Minnesota. The goal of GLP is to advance K-3 literacy instruction in our partner schools and set them up for sustained success.
On May 17th, GLP took a big step toward partner school sustainability by hosting its first annual In-House Coach training and celebration.
More than 30 educators from existing partner schools who have been designated as In-House Coaches attended the event on the GLO campus. The In-House Coaches will assume the day-to-day coaching and mentoring duties in their buildings next fall, with the support of GLP as needed.
“Today, we’ve taken a big step toward our vision of redefining the way our nation is taught, one student, one teacher, and one school at a time,” said Katharine Campbell, Director of Groves Literacy Partnerships. “We are excited to see the number of partner schools in sustainability grow, as we impact even more than 8,000 students in the GLP program this school year,” Campbell said.
A 2020-2021 Literacy Risk Assessment shows the program’s impact in helping partner school teachers close the literacy gap for their students.
Read more in the GLO blog post Groves Supports Twin Cities Area Teachers Amid Growing Literacy Crisis.
Groves Literacy Partnerships is proud to be working together with 64 schools in the greater Twin Cities area, cutting across all demographics, and serving over 8,000 K-3rd grade students just this year, delivering powerful reading and literacy instruction.
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