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February 1, 2019 - GLR Newsletter

What’s Happening Dear Grade Level Reading Coalition: Happy New Year! We hope everyone had a safe and happy holiday. Thank you to everyone that completed the Coalition Survey that we sent out in November; you all provided great insight for us. Below you will find results from the survey. I am happy to share that […]

December 11, 2018 - GLR November Newsletter

What’s Happening  Dear Grade Level Reading Coalition: Thank you to everyone who attended the GLR Coalition Meeting this month. We always appreciate the insight and great perspective you bring. We want to ensure your voice is always present in our work. In order to make that happen, we will be asking you all to complete […]

October 31, 2018 - GLR October Newsletter

What’s Happening  Dear Grade Level Reading Coalition: We hope that it’s been a great start to your school year. Grade Level Reading is gearing up for a busy Fall. First, we are thrilled to share that Angelique gave birth to her daughter Hazel Anna-Julia Jessup on Tuesday, October 23rd. Both Hazel and Angelique are doing […]

September 26, 2018 - GLR-Newsletter September

What’s Happening  Dear Grade Level Reading Coalition: The new school year has arrived! And we are so excited for what SY18-19 will bring as we all work together to improve reading outcomes for students in Baltimore City. This summer we spent time exploring new summer reading initiatives and reflecting on how best to continue our […]

July 10, 2018 - GLR Newsletter–July 2018

What’s Happening Dear Grade Level Reading Coalition: I hope everyone’s summer has gotten off to an amazing start! Here at Grade Level Reading we are hard at work promoting daily reading to help prevent summer learning loss as well as planning for next school year, which we will share more about below. I also want […]

July 9, 2018 - June 2018 Coalition Meeting Notes

June 2018–Grade Level Reading Coalition Notes First Grade Project 1st grade project this year was partnership between Improving Education, Baltimore City Public Schools and six schools. It focused on book distribution, literacy achievement and milestone materials, and summer learning Book distribution included an insert created by teachers with ways for families to engage further with […]