Pathways to Literacy Leadership
Pathways to Literacy Leadership is an online professional development experience for district leaders and administrators seeking to create an organizational vision for effective literacy instruction. The course prepares participants to lead change, implementing systems-based approaches to support teachers as they put evidence-based practices to work in their classrooms.
Arcadia University offers three graduate credits with an additional cost for successful completion of the Pathways to Literacy Leadership Course and community of practice sessions on the AIM Pathways platform.
Have Questions or Want to Start a Conversation about Training for More than 20 Educators or Department of Education professional learning opportunities?
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The AIM Institute has made it their mission to bridge the gap between research and practice. I have experienced firsthand what AIM has to offer school districts. AIM’s professional development, learning platforms, and virtual community of practices help build and foster teacher knowledge in the Science of Reading.
-Ernesto Ortiz, Principal, McDonald Elementary School, Centennial School District