Teach to the Science of Reading

Why do educators trust the Teaching Reading Sourcebook, 3rd Edition to learn how to teach all students to be skilled readers? One word: Research.

“ …  I appreciate that is so solidly based on research. After 40+ years in education, I found it to be one of the very best referenced and cross referenced, making it really usable for teachers. It truly is a working reference manual.  At first, when handed out the [Teaching Reading] Sourcebook, teachers just lifted it and moaned, and then they began to get into it and learn what a toolbox it is. Thanks for such a comprehensive manual for understanding and teaching teachers HOW to teach reading.”

~ Brenda Young, Leadership Coach, ODE/Education NW

For its 2020 Teacher Prep Review, the National Council on Teacher Quality (NCTQ) analyzed 725 textbooks used by teacher preparation programs. 40% of these textbooks were found to be inadequate for the purpose of teaching the science of reading. CORE’s Teaching Reading Sourcebook was one of just 10 texts found to comprehensively and rigorously cover the scientific basis and instructional elements of the five essential components of effective reading instruction. Teaching Reading Sourcebook was also found to be used by 94 teacher prep programs, more than any of the other exemplary texts.

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