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Achieving Success with MTSS: Supporting Students in ALL Tiers of Instruction

Complete the form to receive online access to this complimentary event featuring Laura Stewart, Chief Academic Officer, 95 Percent Group, presented in collaboration with the Washington State Science of Reading - What I Should Have Learned in College Facebook Group.

Are you looking for best practices to improve and sustain the success of your MTSS framework?  Have you started the process and faced challenges you weren't expecting? Or, are you just beginning the MTSS journey in your school or district?  

If you answered 'yes' to any of these questions then you won't want to miss this informative on-demand webinar to effectively guide and support your MTSS roadmap.

Improve and Sustain MTSS Practices for Long-Term Reading Achievement

During this session, Laura shared a list of tangible MTSS success factors observed in schools10 Success Factors for Literacy Intervention by Dr. Susan Hall that are achieving significant gains in student literacy.  She takes a closer look to determine what consistent structures and instructional practices are found in schools achieving MTSS success - and what's missing in schools that are struggling to improve student outcomes.

The webinar provides all viewers with MTSS insights to improve current implementation practices, sustain effective processes, and strengthen site-based plans to meet shared goals. 

 

Meet your Webinar Facilitator & Host

Laura StewartLaura Stewart, Chief Academic Officer, 95 Percent Group

As our thought leader, Laura supports our leadership position in the Literacy market and is our primary Reading Science advocate.  Her educational leadership journey began as a classroom teacher and a school district administrator igniting her lifelong passion to empower educators to positively impact ALL students and ultimately change the course of literacy achievement in this country.

Prior to joining 95 Percent Group, Laura served as the Chief Innovation Officer for The Reading League and was the Chief Academic Officer for Professional Development with the Highlights Education Group. A LETRS® Certified Trainer, Laura is looking forward to innovating and expanding our professional development offerings, while growing our team of literacy experts, to deliver services that meet evolving client needs.

Aileen Hammar

Aileen Aylward Hammar, M.Ed.
 
Aileen has been a teacher and special educator in public and private settings in Washington state for more than 30 years. She has worked in early childhood special education, Deaf education, as a hospital-based educator at Seattle Children’s, in a Catholic school, and for the past 8 years in private practice focused on the needs of students with dyslexia and other language-based learning issues.
 
In addition to her work, Aileen was involved in passing the WA literacy screening bill, E2SSB 6162, in 2018 and has been a committed advocate at the local, state, and national levels to amplify voices seeking literacy equity for all.
 

About the Washington State Branch of the Science of Reading - What I Should Have Learned in College Facebook Group

Our mission is to create a safe space where Education professionals (i.e. Teachers, Tutors, SLPs, OTs, Psychologists, Admins, Professors) in the state of Washington can grow together in the science of reading (SOR) and work collectively to build our knowledge base and transfer this understanding into effective literacy practices. We will build a community interested in learning the science of reading, explore professional development options, and discuss how to implement the science of reading to transform our work with children. We will keep abreast of legislation around dyslexia screening and intervention, teacher preparation at all levels, and other education issues related to the science of reading.

This group explores, through discussion, what the science tells us about how children learn to read, write and spell and how to connect scientific reading research to instructional practice. The overwhelming majority of Educators did not learn about the SOR in college or graduate school and have not learned about it in professional development provided in their places of work. We are excited you chose to join us on this journey. We welcome your questions about literacy in the context of science. We look forward to reading questions about students who puzzle you. We are in this together and together we can and we will ensure every child in Washington state is a skilled reader!
 
Contact Aileen Hammar, for more information at aileen.hammar@comcast.net.
Click here to join the group and learn more.
 

About 95 Percent Group

95 Percent Group is an educational company whose mission is to help educators identify and address the needs of all readers. Using an approach that is aligned with Structured Literacy, the company focuses on providing educators with whole-class and small group literacy solutions as well as developing foundational knowledge about The Science of Reading to deliver research and evidence-based instructional strategies to close skill gaps.

Questions?

Contact us for more information about this event: info@95percentgroup.com.