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1 Read to Succeed August 22, 2014 ELA Coordinators Meeting Reading and Early Learning Team Read to Succeed

2 Read to Succeed (R2S) Signed by the Governor on June 11, 2014 Office of Reading was established on August 1, 2014 –Reading and Early Learning Team Candice Walsh, R2S Coordinator/Team Leader Penny Danielson, CDEP Coordinator Amy Smith, CDEP Education Associate Jamie Sanders, CDEP Program Coordinator ____________, CDEP Education Associate Reading and Early Learning Team Read to Succeed

3 Components of R2S Reading Plans (state, district, and school) 3 rd Grade Retention Summer Reading Camps Interventions Literacy across the schools CDEP-Child Development Program (Early literacy and learning) Teacher preparation Reading Coaches Reading and Early Learning Team Read to Succeed

4 Reading Plans-State Must be approved by the State Board February 1, 2015 An advisory group will be formed to collaborate on the plan The advisory group will be formed no later than October 2014 Reading and Early Learning Team Read to Succeed

5 Reading Plans-District District plans will use the state plan as a basis for development Pilot Plan Program with EOC –Can use these plans as a framework during the school year –However, the R2S office will provide guidance on the actual plan that will be required of all districts Reading and Early Learning Team Read to Succeed

6 Reading Plans-District Sessions will be scheduled with district R2S liaisons to discuss the guidelines for the plans Districts should create Reading Plan teams to write the district plan Reading and Early Learning Team Read to Succeed

7 Reading Plans-Schools School plans build upon the district reading plan District plan must be developed first and then school plans work from that document School leadership should create a Reading Plan team Reading and Early Learning Team Read to Succeed

8 Reading Plans We will post templates and other materials on the R2S Web site for districts A date will be established by which the plans are due to the R2S Office in fall of 2015 Failure to submit an approved district plan by the established date will result in loss of state reading funds until the plan is approved Reading and Early Learning Team Read to Succeed

9 3 rd Grade Retention –A student must be retained if they fail to demonstrate reading proficiency at the end of third grade Guidance for this will be created during the school year Reading and Early Learning Team Read to Succeed

10 Summer Reading Camps –Students who are not reading proficiently at the end of the third nine weeks who are eligible for retention are required to attend a summer reading camp Funding –Allocations will be given in the spring of 2015 Concerns –Parents can opt out, certified teachers, transportation, length of camps, etc. Reading and Early Learning Team Read to Succeed

11 Summer Reading Camps Guidance documents and informational sessions will be held in January 2015 Reading and Early Learning Team Read to Succeed

12 Interventions ALL students PreK-12 th grade who are not substantially demonstrating reading proficiently in their grade level will receive interventions Reading and Early Learning Team Read to Succeed

13 Interventions Classroom teachers must provide interventions within the classroom and document those interventions –Early Childhood and Elementary teachers must earn their Literacy Teacher endorsement Reading and Early Learning Team Read to Succeed

14 Interventions Who can provide these interventions outside of the regular classroom: –Interventionists Must have their Literacy Teacher endorsement Reading Recovery Training preferred but not required Reading and Early Learning Team Read to Succeed

15 Interventions What is not an intervention: –Assigning students to a computer lab to complete an online program –Requiring students to complete extra work Reading and Early Learning Team Read to Succeed

16 Literacy Across the Schools Literacy competencies were published on August 1, 2014 –PreK-5 th Grade –Middle/High School Content Teachers –Middle/High School Reading (ELA) Teachers –Administrators –Reading Coaches Reading and Early Learning Team Read to Succeed

17 Literacy Across the Schools These competencies will be the basis for all professional development and or graduate coursework that is offered in the state These competencies are based on International Reading Association standards and best practices Reading and Early Learning Team Read to Succeed

18 CDEP Child Development Education Program Early learning and literacy CDEP Coordinator Penny Danielson Reading and Early Learning Team Read to Succeed

19 Coursework and Professional Development All college coursework (virtual and face to face) and professional development that will meet the requirements of Literacy Teacher Endorsement and/or Literacy Requirements must be approved Approved coursework and professional development will be on the R2S Web site Reading and Early Learning Team Read to Succeed

20 Literacy Teacher Endorsement Early Childhood Media Specialist (all grades) Elementary Special Education (all grades) Speech Pathologist (all grades) ESOL (all grades) Montessori ****10 years to earn the endorsement Reading and Early Learning Team Read to Succeed

21 Literacy Teacher Endorsement Option #1 –Enroll in a SCDE approved college coursework to complete the required 4 courses (12 credit hours) –Successfully pass the Reading Praxis Reading and Early Learning Team Read to Succeed

22 Literacy Teacher Endorsement Option #2 –Enroll in a SCDE approved professional development program and earn the 240 renewal credits –Successfully pass the Reading Praxis Reading and Early Learning Team Read to Succeed

23 Literacy Teacher Endorsement Option #3 –Combination of college credit and professional development. –Successfully pass the Reading Praxis Reading and Early Learning Team Read to Succeed

24 Literacy Requirement Administrators (school and district level) Middle High Psychologist (all grades) Guidance Counselors (all grades) Career/Technology K-12 (music, art, PE, etc.) ******5 years to earn this requirement Reading and Early Learning Team Read to Succeed

25 Literacy Requirements Option #1 –Complete 1 college course that has been approved by the SCDE Option #2 –Complete 60 renewal credits from professional development that has been approved by the SCDE Reading and Early Learning Team Read to Succeed

26 What about? Those who have participated in: –South Carolina Reading Initiative (SCRI) –Project Read Those who have Reading Recovery certification Does not guarantee Literacy Teacher Endorsement. They may submit their transcripts for evaluation along with Request for Action Form. Will not accept coursework before Reading and Early Learning Team Read to Succeed

27 Other Items National Boards does not exempt for the criteria for earning a Literacy Endorsement Reading and Early Learning Team Read to Succeed

28 Reading Coaches Three ways in which a Reading Coach can be hired: –Holds a Bachelor’s degree or higher in Elementary Education and Literacy Coach add- on certification or –Holds a Master’s degree in Reading and pursuing their Literacy Coach Endorsement or –Holds a Bachelor’s degree or higher and are actively pursing their Literacy Coach Endorsement Reading and Early Learning Team Read to Succeed

29 Literacy Coach Endorsement Option #1 –Completed Literacy Teacher endorsement –Enrolled in courses that have been approved Option #2 –Enrolled in the SCDE Literacy Leader/Reading Coach Institute or an approved professional development program for Literacy Coach Endorsement Reading and Early Learning Team Read to Succeed

30 Literacy Leader/Reading Coach Institute School level elementary reading coaches must attend and complete the requirements of the institute Two meetings each month Reading and Early Learning Team Read to Succeed

31 Middle/High School We are working on a plan for professional development to meet the literacy requirements Reading and Early Learning Team Read to Succeed

32 R2S Liaison The person who was identified on the Literacy Leader/Reading Coach Institute intent form will receive correspondence from the R2S Office Reading and Early Learning Team Read to Succeed

33 District Level Administrators and Principals We will be holding technical assistance sessions with principals and districts prior to the Institute sessions –Updates on R2S, CDEP, and Early Childhood –Abbreviated professional development session on the material that will be covered in the monthly Institute Reading and Early Learning Team Read to Succeed

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35 Contact Information Candice Walsh, R2S Coordinator Penny Danielson, CDEP Coordinator Reading and Early Learning Team Read to Succeed


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