Educational Inequalities Resource Page

Thank you to those who were able to join us for Educational Inequalities: What Can Be Done? Whether you were able to join or not, we hope that you find the list of resources below helpful.

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Resources

If you weren't able to attend the roundtable on November 17th or would like to hear the content again, here are some video clips that we have curated just for you. 

Emily Hanford speaks to her journey in creating the What the Words Say podcast episode. 

The Simple View of Reading described by Emily Hanford

Fumiko Hoeft , MD, PH.D. tells us about the neuroscience around reading. 

The consequences of not learning to read with Margie Gillis, Ed.D

Julie Washington, Ph.D. speaking about when kids struggle with reading.

"As Educators we have one chance to educate children." Collette Fearon

The importance of early identification of reading issues with Dr. Fumiko Hoeft.

Older students who struggle with Margie Gillis, Ed. D. 

Dr. Julie Washington and Emily Hanford discussing reading in the later grades. 

Older students who struggle with reading with Emily Hanford.

What is the COVID slide and what might it mean for our kids? with Dr. Fumiko Hoeft

Collette Fearon and the importance of assessing student, especially during distance learning. 

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