AIM Pathways for Louisiana
Louisiana's Act 108 required early literacy training based on the science of reading and includes extensive training in the five components of reading: phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension.
As AIM Institute for Learning and & Research trained almost 10,000 educators and leaders throughout Louisiana, it became apparent that educators wanted more! Districts are looking beyond K-3 in efforts to effect long-term, sustainable systemic change rooted in Structured Literacy instruction. The AIM Institute supports this work by offering professional learning options Pre K-12 educators, district and school administrators, paraprofessionals, and specialists.
AIM Pathways courses are accredited by the International Dyslexia Association and educators who have completed Pathways to Proficient Reading (or comparable training) have the opportunity to enroll in Pathways to Structured Literacy, a deeper dive into structured literacy instruction, that qualifies participants to sit for the KPEERI exam offered by the Center for Effective Reading Instruction.
Interested in Scheduling Training in Your District or Discussing a Multi-Year Training Plan to support educators in your school?