Presented by Malcolm Mitchell, Super Bowl Champion, and Founder and CEO, Share the Magic Foundation; and Susan Lambert, Chief Academic Officer of Elementary Humanities, and Host of Science of Reading: The Podcast, Amplify
Summer school can produce substantial math and reading gains—that is, if shifts in approaches to summer school instruction and learning occur.
Presented by Dr. Jack Smith, Former Superintendent of Montgomery County Public Schools (MD); Dr. Barbara Jenkins, Former Superintendent of Orange County Public Schools (FL), Past President of the Florida Association of District School Superintendents; Jackie Taslim, Co-President, Lavinia Group; and Julia Pockros, Director of Programming and Partnerships, Lavinia Group
Presented by Dr. Elsa Cárdenas-Hagan, President, Valley Speech Language and Learning Center; and Maya Goodall, Chief Marketing Officer, CORE Learning
Presented by Pamela Cote, Senior Director of Curriculum and Training, Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy; Kristen Walter, US Program Director, Worldreader; and Heather Brinkworth, Technical Program Director, Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy
Presented by Chrisie Moritz, Literacy Consultant, Heinemann Publishing
Presented by Sarah W. Siegal, Ph.D., Director, Research & Practice, Scholastic; and Jimmy Brehm, Vice President of Academic Planning and Solution Development, Scholastic
Presented by Deb Sabin, Vice President, Amplify ELA Education, 6-12
Imagine the constant confusion and self-doubt that the students with dyslexia grapple with daily. Reading is an integral part of every subject, but for them, there is a mismatch between how their brains work and how they’re being taught.
Presented by Dwaine Millard, SVP, National Sales & Partnerships, Scholastic; and Lindsay Marczak, Senior Director of Research, Scholastic