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School Wide Literacy Program Analysis
Transcript of School Wide Literacy Program Analysis
School: Elementary Level (K-5)
Location: Rural area
Demographics: 2011-2012 New York State Report Card estimated a total of 510 enrolled students.
- 147 free lunch
- 50 reduced price lunch
- 1% of the students are English Language Learners (5 students total)
- 62% white students (315 students)
- 14% African Americans (71 students)
- 21% Hispanics (106 students)
- 2% multiracial (9 students).
Both traditional print and digital sources are implemented and exposed to the students. (Standard 2)
Literacy Instruction is tailored to individual student needs within guided reading groups and conferences. (Standard 4)
Professional Development on the Literacy Collaborative Model of Fountas and Pinnell program is ongoing and consistent from classroom to classroom. (Standard 6)
> Minimize size of the reading AIS groups from 8-10 to 3-4.
-This would take cooperation from parents and teachers.
> Assign a Literacy Coordinator once again to hold workshops and hold PD sessions and trainings. (As it previously was...)
-Provide articles and new literacy findings to teachers to keep them up to date.
> Administrative involvement in PD sessions
and in the classroom. (Besides for teacher
>>>Who was interviewed?
1. Building Principal (female)
2. Reading Academic Intervention Services Teacher (female)
3. Classroom Teacher (Grade 2, female)
By: Jennifer Mathias
How do we implement the first step?
^ Hold meetings with administration to first advocate for separate reading AIS teachers for each school.
^ Collaborate with classroom teachers to make a master schedule that allows all students to be seen for their assigned AIS time (in groups of 3-4)