The Science of Reading (SoR) establishes a current framework from decades of evidence that demonstrate how reading and writing develop, why some students have difficulty, and best reading and writing practices to promote skill development.
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Meet Tim Caccopola, MS, is the Coordinator of the Study Skills programs, faculty of The Windward Institute, and coordinates The Research Process: Essential Skills for Academic Success, a course for non-Windward students.
Each year, The Windward School and The Windward Institute offer a four-session, in-person course on Saturday mornings for non-Windward students.
Head of School Jamie Williamson, EdS, engaged with families through the group Rivertown Parents, with an informational webinar titled, “Dyslexia 101: Navigating Your Child’s Educational Journey.”
Volunteer students from each campus of The Windward School participated in the Windward/Haskins Collaborative Project, Predicting Literacy Outcomes at The Windward School (P.L.O.W.).
On Thursday, November 18, 2021, the Rivertown Parent Teacher Student Association Consortium will host Jamie Williamson, Head of the Windward School and Director of The Windward Institute for “Dyslexia 101: Navigating Your Child’s Educational Journey.”
On October 28, 2021, The Windward School and The Windward Institute honored the late Paul Kohan, co-founder of the Dyslexia Policy Institute, with the John. J. Russell Award for Advocacy in Education.
On Wednesday, October 27, John J. Russell, EdD, presented to Jamaican educators and members of Jamaica’s Early Childhood Commission and the Ministry of Education.
Read how Mississippi became the only state to demonstrate gains in reading in 2019, the research indicating how implicit bias disproportionately affects Black students with dyslexia, and more.