Students who actually enjoy reading are 4x more likely than their peers to read above grade level. While developing a love of reading gives students a leg up in school, research shows that only a fraction of middle school students actively read outside of the classroom.
Rather than relying on teachers to nurture a love of reading, district leaders can take an active role in addressing issues of student engagement and joy. By influencing district mindset and building an ELA curriculum that reflects the world outside the classroom, administrators can boost student achievement at scale and achieve ambitious literacy goals.
In this infographic, learn proven curricular shifts that you can take as an administrator to meaningfully drive student engagement and literacy at scale. Engagement is contagious, and if you’re able to give your staff the tools and support they need to motivate readers, you’ll see tremendous district growth.
In this infographic, you will learn:
- Proven strategies administrators can use to motivate readers at a district level
- Outcomes your district can achieve through three instructional shifts
- The latest research on the link between motivated readers and academic growth