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Impact Literacy from Day One

IMSE, a provider of Structured Literacy Professional Development and Classroom Programs, has launched its new IMSE Impact Structured Literacy Programs. Implementing feedback from districts and school administrators as well as educators, the IMSE Impact Structured Literacy Programs deliver more value to districts, schools, educators, and students. They have also been streamlined to make the transition from teacher training to literacy instruction easier for teachers and more effective for students. Based on the latest research in the Science of Reading, the programs incorporate the Orton-Gillingham methodology and all five pillars of literacy—plus language comprehension, spelling, and writing—to drive measurable gains for all students, enabling educators to impact literacy from day one. IMSE Impact is a suite of three Structured Literacy programs, each of which includes evidence-based professional development and aligned student materials and coursework. It includes Comprehensive Orton-Gillingham Plus, designed for anyone learning to read, from elementary to adult, as well as Morphology Plus, designed for anyone reading to learn, and Phonological Awareness for all grades, addressing all of the key elements of literacy instruction in the classroom. Once trained, IMSE educators can teach year after year with what they have learned and the classroom support provided, making it a long-term investment in teachers. In addition, there are new free digital materials to help keep classrooms engaging and fun, as well as access to trainers and cohort members for support and questions.

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