Reading Horizons Launches Free Online Community for Educators

Reading Horizons, a company whose goal is to help educators eradicate illiteracy, has launched a free online community called the Science of Reading Collective. The community seeks to support teachers with any years of experience or grade level by offering free access to all, whether or not they purchase the company’s materials.

The online collective offers several free resources, including:

  • Bite-sized practical lessons and professional learning events;
  • Monthly Q&A sessions with experts in the science of reading; and
  • An always-open forum for discussion with peers.

Reading Horizons hosted a webinar last month that featured a tour of free resources, online communities, and experts to help educators become familiar with the collective. To watch the webinar, go to the recording’s page.

To sign up to join the online community, go here.

Reading Horizons has offered its simplified, science- and evidence-based method of teaching strategies to partner with over 50,000 educators to help students learn to read, despite challenges. For more information about Readings Horizons, visit the home page.

About the Author

Kate Lucariello is a former newspaper editor, EAST Lab high school teacher and college English teacher.