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Why Are So Many States Recommending SIPPS?

As state literacy leaders align instruction with the science of reading, the K–12 SIPPS (Systematic Instruction in Phonological Awareness, Phonics, and Sight Words) program has been increasingly recognized as a valuable, evidence-based resource.

Apr 19, 2022  |  By Marisa Ramirez Stukey & Lenora Forsythe
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New Study Shows SIPPS Meets ESSA Level 2 Requirements: Program Accelerates Acquisition of Foundational Skills for Striving Readers

We are excited to announce that a new, quasi-experimental study provides further evidence that using SIPPS for intervention has a significant impact on students’ reading achievement.

Mar 22, 2022  |  By Marisa Ramirez Stukey
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It’s About Time: A Win for California’s Children

Linda Diamond has dedicated her career to teaching children to read, particularly those with word reading difficulties like dyslexia. A long-time partner of Collaborative Classroom, Linda co-founded the Consortium…

Nov 17, 2021  |  By Linda Diamond
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White Paper: The Settled Science of Teaching Reading

Educators have been discussing the “right” way to teach reading for decades. In the new white paper, “The Settled Science of Teaching Reading,” our goal is to get…

Jan 9, 2020
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Collaborative Literacy Excites KIPP Bay Area Public Schools

Selecting and implementing the right ELA curriculum can lead to transformational change in student literacy. What selection and implementation processes will set you up for success? Dana Cilono…

Feb 12, 2019  |  By Emily Cremidis
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What Is the Impact of an Educative Curriculum?

To better understand the impact of an educative curriculum, I posed this question to the Collaborative Classroom Community Facebook® group: How has Collaborative Literacy changed your teaching? How…

Jan 30, 2019  |  By Isabel Sawyer
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