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How a Teacher Scholarship for SIPPS Helped Accelerate a Struggling Reader

How a Teacher Scholarship of SIPPS (Systematic Instruction in Phonological Awareness, Phonics, and Sight Words) materials made a difference for a struggling 5th grade reader.

Aug 30, 2022  |  By Tamara Williams
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What is Orthographic Mapping and How Does It Link to Comprehension?

What exactly is orthographic mapping and how does it relate to comprehension? We explore this topic in our Structured Literacy blog series.

Aug 2, 2022  |  By Marisa Ramirez Stukey & Susan Vincent
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Aligning Tiers of Instruction with Being a Reader and SIPPS: An Interview with Reading Specialist Kendra Reiley

Aligning tiers of instruction between Being a Reader and SIPPS has accelerated the reading development of students at Middlesex Elementary.

Jul 21, 2022  |  By Maria Arnett
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Why Carteret Public Schools Adopted SIPPS: An Interview with Dr. Melissa Jones, Assistant Superintendent

Dr. Jones helped identify her district’s need for high-quality foundational skills instruction. Carteret Public School District piloted and then adopted SIPPS (Systematic Instruction in Phonological Awareness, Phonics, and Sight Words.)

Jun 23, 2022  |  By Katy Cortelyou
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Investing in Collaborative Coach at Scale: How Springfield Public Schools Built Their Capacity for SIPPS

What happens when a district invests in asynchronous, personalized, curriculum-specific coaching at scale?  Massachusetts-based Springfield Public Schools made this investment, enrolling 50 educators to participate in the Winter…

Jun 10, 2022  |  By Katie Fuchs
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Why Bonita Unified Adopted SIPPS for Foundational Skills: An Interview with Chris Ann Horsley

Under Chris Ann’s leadership, SIPPS has become Bonita Unified School District's foundational skills program. During this time, the district been recognized for its excellence in reading comprehension and its commitment to reach all readers, receiving the number-one ranking on the California Reading Report Card.

May 31, 2022  |  By Rachel Solis
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