READ East Harlem/Hunter College. 

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This website is intended to be a resource guide for participating teachers as well as educators and leaders from other academic spaces, parents, and other interested parties. Here you can find resources for literacy learning, biographies of participating team members, theme-based blog posts with suggestions and strategies, up-to-date reports of progress within the project, as well as the literacy leader network. There's also a contact page for anyone interested in learning more about the project.

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One of the hardest tasks for teachers is creating effective, engaging, and relevant experiences for students. Relevancy reflects the communities and cultures our students come from, and creating relevant activities means placing their lived experiences into the classro...

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