Empowering Parent Advocacy in the Literary Movement
In the pursuit of ensuring every student receives evidence-based literacy instruction, the power of parent advocacy has emerged as a formidable force within the movement. What does it look like for parents to authentically harness their own experience to push for instructional change – and how can their voices be productively and effectively elevated instead of detrimentally polarizing? Join a discussion among parent advocates from across the country who have changed local, state, and national policies to increase equitable access to high-quality literacy instruction.
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