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      The Secondary Literacy Partnership (SLP) is a partnership of organizations with unique strengths and constituencies. We are united in our support for improving the literacy of secondary students. To accomplish this, we engage in joint collaborative activities to build the capacity of secondary educators to implement effective literacy instruction across content areas.

      Join us online for our 2016-17 Webinar series, Literacy for College and Career Readiness in the 21st Century. The final Webinars in 2017 are:

      • January 18, 3:30-4:45 PST—Calculating the Gift of Gab for Literacy in Secondary Math    Classrooms. Register here.
      • February 15, 3:30-4:45 PST— Building Student Capacity to Make Claims and Use Evidence in Their Writing: Using Library of Congress Resources. Register here.

      You can access archived versions of the first three Webinars. See details below:

      • September 28: Grappling with Text—Helping Secondary Teachers Support Deeper reading in the Content Areas. View the archived webinar here.
      • October 19: Universal Design for Learning; Planning Instruction for ALL Students. View the archived webinar and dowload related resources here.
      • November 16, from 3:30 - 4:45: The Building Educator Assessment Literacy Project – Using Performance Tasks to Understand the Teaching and Learning Implications of Rigorous College and Career Ready Standards. View the archived webinar and dowload related resources  here.

      Use this link http://www.mydigitalchalkboard.org/go/groups/SLP to share this page with your colleagues  and access the SLP resources to inform your professional learning conversations.

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