Join literacy leaders at LitCon, January 27 – 30, 2024 in Downtown Columbus Ohio

As the largest K-8 literacy conference in North America, LitCon: National K-8 Literacy & Reading Recovery Conference is the homecoming of leaders in childhood literacy to advance our field, enhance our skills, and mobilize our community to assist struggling readers. Planned and organized by highly engaged volunteer leaders of RRCNA, LitCon is a high-quality professional development experience for K-8 literacy educators.

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Choose from 100+ educational sessions presented by literacy experts across five learning strands.

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Hyatt Regency Columbus

Walking distance of Nationwide Arena and the trendy Arena District, Hyatt Regency Columbus redefines the modern hotel experience. Connected to the Greater Columbus Convention Center and steps to the Short North Arts District, this is the place to meet and play in downtown Columbus.

Book by January 11, 2024 and use group code G-XPC9 for special conference rates starting at $168.

Designed by and for educators, LitCon sessions focus on best instructional practices for:
– classroom teachers
– literacy coaches & specialists
– building & district administrators
– Title I teachers and coordinators
– interventionists & teachers of Multilingual Learners
– curriculum & language arts specialists
– Reading Recovery professionals

  • Well respected in the education community for 38 years — 98.8% of past attendees would recommend LitCon to another educator.
  • Renew your passion for education with the support of a dedicated community.
  • Join your literacy colleagues to explore literacy best practices in a wide range of topics from 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.


Deb Rich, Conference Chair 
Allyson Matczuk, Conference Vice Chair 
Maeghan McCormick, Past Conference Chair
Lori Sobota, Director of Professional Learning
Billy Molasso, Executive Director, RRCNA

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