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RRCNA

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Reading Recovery Council of North America

RRCNA is the only association dedicated to serving Reading Recovery and early literacy professionals throughout North America
A not-for-profit association

The Reading Recovery Council of North America, Inc. is a not-for-profit association of Reading Recovery professionals, advocates, and partners. The Council provides a network of opportunities for leadership and professional development. It is an advocate for Reading Recovery throughout North America.

RRCNA is the professional home to thousands of Reading Recovery teachers, classroom teachers, administrators, and partners all sharing a common vision. Learn about the Council’s mission and achievements, and find contact information for staff and leadership.
Board of Directors | Staff & Associates | Vision & Mission | Directories | Press | Annual Reports | Logo

Your donation to the Foundation for Struggling Readers Reading Recovery supports the development of early literacy scholars and practitioners who guide struggling readers to unlock the student’s skills through the evidenced-based strategies of Reading Recovery. Our primary goal is to be good stewards of financial resources to support the early literacy field and its future, provide opportunities and access to professional development resources, and encourage research to improve our practice.
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The Journal of Reading Recovery is a practitioner’s journal available only to Council members. Find out how to advertise and to submit manuscripts for consideration. Literacy, Teaching, and Learning — published from 1994 through the fall of 2010 — provides rich research from international authors and perspectives. Reprint needs? Submit your request online.
Advertising Opportunities | Manuscript Submission | Reprint Permissions | Searchable Index

RRCNA is a strong advocate in Washington. Read about the latest news to impact early literacy and ideas for taking action at your local and state level.