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Weekly News Brief 4/21-4/27

  Bill would require third graders to meet reading benchmarks – By Kim Chandler, AP News Alabama could become the next state to require third graders to pass a reading benchmark before m...

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myON Launches New Data Reports Allowing Educators to Measure Reading with Reading™

New reporting, goal-setting, and literacy tools free teachers to spend less time assessing and more time teaching

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Industry News

Learning Upgrade App Now Offers a Full K–8 Math Curriculum

The 180 new Math Upgrade lessons for grades 6–8 use songs, videos, and games to inspire K-12 students and adults to learn on their own time

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Thorndike Press Helps McCollum High School Create a Culture of Reading with Youth Large Print Books

New “Cowboys Read!” Large Print Program Removes Barriers to Reading, Creating More Confident Future-Ready Learners

Doug Cauthen

Industry News

The Juice Learning Launches New Platform for Families

Shown to Improve Both Literacy Skills and Enjoyment of Reading

Doug Cauthen


Reading is for Everyone

Our special Lunch and Learn presentations are an opportunity for you to peruse education companies that you need to know about. These companies have all been vetted and come highly recommended b...

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Capstone Connect

The Learning Counsel created our Lunch and Learn series as a way to introduce companies, products and services that America’s school districts and independent schools need to be familiar with. I...

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Reading is Still the Golden Elixir

Many experts are saying we will not be out of the woods with COVID-19 for many months. It is an instructional year that is of concern to teachers, parents, communities and even the youth. One th...

Christy S. Martin, Ed.D.


What Are Kids Reading? A Surprising Amount of Nonfiction

The latest edition of the nation’s largest student reading survey offers hope about the power of prior knowledge and the future of nonfiction reading.

Gene Kerns


The Digital Transformation of Literacy Education

How teaching reading has (and hasn’t) changed over the past 30 years.

Tyson Smith

Share to Care

Powering the Reading Revolution with Student Empowerment

By allowing students to show up as their authentic selves, educators can work to build confident, lifelong readers.

Yvette Manns

Featured Papers

The Learning Counsel presents journals, papers and briefs on critical topics in Digital Education.

Most will require registration in order to access them, but they are all free.

Three Near-Term Innovation Areas for K12
K12 human resources are crucial to utilizing the cloud successfully. Roles and responsibilities have all changed dramatically since the start of the pandemic, and a new trend to move to core co...
An Essential Audio Ingredient in Today’s Accessible Learning Environments
Today’s learning environments have changed markedly from just a couple years ago, prior to the pandemic. Tech devices are comprehensively in both the student and teacher hands, but are they missin...
The Gaps Remaining for District Digital Transition
Most administrators know there are still gaps remaining in their school or district’s digital transition. Recent studies including the 2021 Digital Transition Surveys for Administrators and Teache...
5 Steps to Fixing the Hidden Traffic of Records Management Overwhelming Schools
How come digital processes seem easier but are often harder to manage? A major shift to digital teaching and learning in schools has developed an additional digital traffic load for teachers and f...
From Chaos to Learning Recovery: Going from Manual-Digital All the Way to Efficiency
Seeing the Levels of Chaos Helps Anchor Bringing Order Schools and districts that recently lost 4 percent of students to alternatives continued to lose students in 2021 at an accelerated pace (no...
Hybrid Logistics Security
Your district is a brand, and your network security helps power its reputation. With the accelerated move to hybrid learning environments over the past year, school districts across the nation are...