Although its importance can’t be understated, reading comprehension is only one of many “literacies” students are expected to possess today. This issue focuses on critical literacies such as cultural responsiveness, media literacy, and a renewed emphasis on social studies.
The Science of Teaching Reading to English LearnersRead More
A research-backed strategy can help teach how to decode new words and comprehend them in context.
Educating for Civic EngagementRead More
Support social studies education to have a positive impact on multiple literacies.
Knowing Fact From FictionRead More
News literacy education can help kids manage media consumption and build critical thinking skills.
Better Living Through BooksRead More
Head off efforts to ban diverse texts to help children succeed in school and life.
Mastering Multiple LiteraciesRead More
Cultural, media learning supports foundational skills.
Is This the Right AP Role for Me?Read More
Due diligence and a few questions can help determine if an opportunity is a good fit.
Strategize for Social Media SuccessRead More
Posting doesn’t have to be difficult to show that students enjoy school.
The Empathetic EducatorRead More
Wendy Matsuzaki leads by recognizing individuals’ strengths.
Collaborate as You Climb the Leadership LadderPrincipal, May/June 2023: Multiple Literacies, Volume 101, Issue 5Read More
A lifelong learner shares lessons from a career in education leadership.
Bridge Learning Gaps With Afterschool InterventionsRead More
Act fast to establish a program that addresses unfinished learning.
For the Love of LiteracyRead More
How to prevent middle school students from losing their affinity for reading.
Building Racial LiteracyRead More
7 ways for education leaders to address implicit bias through professional learning.
Options for AccessibilityRead More
Digital instructional materials should offer alternatives to empower learning.
Celebrate Kids, Support ProfessionalsRead More
Reflecting and recalibrating at the end of a challenging school year.