About the Adolescent Literacy in the Content Areas Spotlight
This Knowledge Loom spotlight presents four key components of a successful adolescent literacy initiative and the best practices related to each, along with examples from actual classrooms. Use this resource to support local decision-making and professional development.
The content has been prepared by The Education Alliance at Brown University and CRM (Center for Resource Management).
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We would like to thank the following educators for reviewing and providing valuable feedback on the quality and presentation of the content on this Spotlight: Donna Alvermann, Professor, Department of Reading Education, University of Georgia; Holly Clark, High School English Teacher, York, ME; Margaret Gramm, Speech and Language Pathologist, Newmarket, NH; Marlowe Miller, Associate Professor, Department of English, UMASS-Lowell; John Moody, Asst. Superintendent, Salem NH Public Schools.
This collection will continue to grow and change as users share their experiences and concerns relative to support of adolescent literacy development.
This spotlight is based on work sponsored wholly or in part by the Institute of Education Sciences (IES - formerly, Office of Educational Research and Improvement (OERI)), U.S. Department of Education, under contract number ED-01-CO-0010 (Northeast & Islands Regional Educational Laboratory, 2000-2005). The content of this site does not necessarily reflect the views of IES, the Department of Education, or any other agency of the U.S. Government.