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AIM Pathways received a Reimagine Education Gold Award in the Science of Learning category at the December 2020 conference. We are honored that our evidence-based program has received this important recognition and look forward to sharing more results from our Pathways participants as they take the science of reading into classrooms and schools.


Reimagine Education Shortlist Recognition
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AIM Pathways is proud to be approved and recommended to educators by The Reading League.

Pathways for Secondary Educators

Because EVERY Grade Has Struggling Readers

AIM Pathways comprehensive online courses are designed with the support of researchers to meet the needs of secondary educators and leaders including targeted real-time coaching sessions with expert AIM facilitators and case studies to support literacy learning in classrooms above 3rd Grade.

Gain knowledge and acquire tools to put the Science of Reading to work in your secondary classroom and school.

Learn about Megan Zor's Experience Using
AIM Pathways Training in Secondary Classrooms

AIM PathwaysTM professional development experiences are created by educators in collaboration with top researchers, focusing on evidence-based best practices in literacy instruction for all learners.

 Our course work puts diagnostic and prescriptive tools at your fingertips with on-demand, mobile-friendly access and coaching support targeted to secondary educators and leaders. Courses provide unique research-driven, IDA-accredited content that can transform instructional practice as well as literacy training specifically for school leaders.

Learn More About Our Online Courses and Unlock the Power of the Science of Reading

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Arcadia University offers three graduate credits with an additional cost for successful completion of any AIM Pathways course.

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