The Nation’s Premier K-6 Literacy Conference
The National Reading Recovery & K-6 Literacy Conference provides powerful research-based professional development. Led by literacy experts and authors, sessions focus on best instructional practices for educators. Ideal for classroom teachers, literacy coaches and specialists, building and district administrators, Title I teachers and coordinators, interventionists and ELL teachers, curriculum and language arts specialists, and Reading Recovery professionals.
Topics include reading, writing, literacy coaching, oral language, comprehension, vocabulary, fluency, word study, phonemic awareness, differentiated instruction, strategies for struggling readers, assessment, diverse learners, literacy leadership, literacy teams, Reading Recovery, and much more. Download the registration brochure.
Earn up to 17.5 professional development hours and get the tools you need to accelerate literacy achievement for all students.
Who Should Attend
- Classroom Teachers
- Literacy Coaches/Specialists
- Title I Teachers/Coordinators
- ELL Teachers
- Curriculum Specialists
- Language Arts Specialists
- Reading Recovery Professionals
Testimonials from Past Literacy Conference Attendees
Promotes Reading Success
Title I Teacher
The Ultimate in Professional Development
Reading Recovery Teacher
National Reading Experts
Best Literacy Conference Ever Attended
3-6 Classroom Teacher
The Highlight of my Professional Growth
Great Literacy Tool!
K-2 Classroom Teacher
Always Researched Based and Best Practice
Principal Mike Acomb
Lewis Elementary School in Solon City Schools, Ohio
My Favorite PD to Attend Every Year
Reading Intervention Specialist
I Left Better Than When I Arrived
National Reading Recovery & K-6 Literacy Conference History
This national literacy conference has provided outstanding K-6 literacy professional development for over 30 years. From its inception, this literacy conference has been sponsored by a national reading association, the Reading Recovery Council of North America. It has grown to an internationally-recognized professional development conference with presenters and attendees from around the world. Known for building educator expertise to effectively teach struggling readers, it addresses all aspects K-6 literacy. Through increased knowledge, literacy instruction will be improved and student needs will be met. Sessions are tailored to the needs of educators focusing on effective teaching for positive student outcomes. Educators who attend this literacy conference have a common goal, literacy success for all students.