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More schools than ever before are turning to a structured literacy approach to increase literacy outcomes.

The reason: more research is demonstrating the impact structured literacy is having on improving literacy skills in students with reading difficulties such as dyslexia, as well as in high-performing students.

Watch this short District Administration Ed Talk to discover ways your district can incorporate evidence-based practices, instructional resources, and more supported by structured literacy into its comprehension plan.

Hear from a district leader who uses structured literacy to address the needs of their students, fostering a more inclusive and supportive learning environment.

In this webinar you'll learn:

  • The key principles of structured literacy 

  • How to implement a successful literacy framework that focuses on standards-aligned and skill-based instruction 

  • How to differentiate between federal, non-federal, competitive sources, and more

  • Resources to use in determining effective reading instruction across the district, campus, and classroom levels 

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Soraya Sotto

Professional Learning Consultant - Istation


With 20 years in education, Soraya began her pedagogical journey in Puerto Rico before discovering her passion for the Dual Language Program in Florida. As a versatile educator, she transitioned to become a Dual Language Instructional Facilitator in the sixth-largest school district.

Currently, Soraya serves as a Bilingual Professional Learning Consultant at Istation, extending her expertise to multiple districts, including leading initiatives in the third-largest school district. Committed to supporting all learners and empowering educators as "triumph accelerators," Soraya holds undergraduate degrees in History and Education from the University of Puerto Rico. Currently pursuing a Master's in Educational Leadership at Barry University, she compliments her Florida teacher certificate with ESOL and gifted endorsements.

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