Get Funding to Support Readers in Your School
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Julie A. Evans, Ed.D. and CEO of Project Tomorrow®, will demonstrate how the results of her yearlong, nationwide study on the efficacy of large print can give you more than enough T2 and T3 evidence to obtain the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) funding your school needs. Plus, Christina T. Shepard Norman, Ed.D, a textbook and library coordinator from Birmingham City Schools (AL), will join the discussion to share her experiences with large print and how she successfully accessed grant funding to support student literacy. All attendees will get a detailed guide explaining how to obtain ESSER funds so you can begin building, or enhancing, your school’s large print collection.
Why should I consider large print? Schools that offer large print support equitable access to all students. Large print is a simple and proven way to build confidence, stamina, and literacy outcomes for struggling readers as well as avid and at-grade-level readers. During the webinar, author Jeff Kinney will speak more to the question “Why large print?” in a never-before-seen prerecorded video.