The Georgia Early Literacy Act (HB538) changes the literacy landscape in Georgia. AIM Pathways comprehensive IDA-accredited professional learning courses help educators gain knowledge and skills needed to put the Science of Reading to work in their classroom and schools using a structured literacy approach. These course meet the GA literacy requirements and were recently highlighted by Georgia State School Superintendent Richard Woods and former Mississippi State Superintendent of Education Dr. Carey Wright as "proven, nationally-recognized science of reading training."
AIM Pathways professional learning options include IDA-accredited courses to meet Georgia legislative requirements including
AIM provides professional learning in partnership with schools and districts around the country and with departments of education in Mississippi, Delaware, Rhode Island, North Dakota, South Dakota, Arizona, and Oklahoma.
AIM Pathways coursework:
- Goes deeper into classroom practice and specific instructional applications
- Offers higher levels of national credentialing for teachers and interventionists, including dyslexia
- Provides access to wider range of reading experts across the field
- Includes writing and multilingual learners
- Employs a blended approach, including coaching sessions for teachers and is:
- Created by educators for educators
- Program and curriculum agnostic
- More cost effective and less time intensive
The robust suite of courses also includes training for school leaders, advanced instruction for educators working in the classroom with English learners and a suite of shorter form learning modules including an early childhood course bundle.
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