Completed applications must be submitted by the posted deadline date. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Your tax-deductible gift will help to bring one of the most successful international reading and writing interventions to struggling readers across North America. It's also a great way to celebrate special people or occasions.
Grants and scholarships provide financial assistance for training, professional development, and other literacy efforts.
The Reading Recovery Council of North America is pleased to announce the availability of two $15,000 teacher leader training scholarships for the 2015-2016 training year. Funds are provided by Hameray Publishing Group/Yuen Family Foundation.
Three generous RRCNA associate members are funding grants that will help schools fund training for 45 new Reading Recovery teachers in the 2015-16 school year. The grants will be awarded to Reading Recovery university training centers (UTCs) in the United States to assist in covering the costs of initial training of new Reading Recovery teachers that expand implementation in one or more school districts the UTC oversees. Eligible UTCs must already have trained teacher leaders in place to conduct the teacher training.
$30,000 to train 30 new teachers
$10,000 to train 10 new teachers
$5,000 to train 5 new teachers
The Geri Stone Memorial Fund was established by The Reading Recovery Council of Michigan, family members, and friends to remember the leadership of Geri Stone. Geri was an active leader and a major advocate for Reading Recovery and this fund provides financial awards to help continue her work and RRCNA’s mission to "ensure that children who struggle in learning to read and write gain the skills for a literate and productive future."
Grants help underwrite expenses for the National Reading Recovery & K-6 Literacy Conference registration fees, travel, hotel and per diem expenses associated with attending the conference.
Please contact the development department or call 614-310-7330 with any questions.
We ensure that children who struggle in learning to read and write gain the skills for a literate and productive future.