What does structured literacy instruction
look like in the classroom?

Research has shown that structured literacy is the most effective approach for teaching students how to read. The only problem: it's not very clear what effective structured literacy instruction should look like in the classroom.

Get a clear picture of how to implement structured literacy 
in a blended-learning format at your school or district:

Foundational Reading Curriculum for Grades K-3

The Reading Horizons Discovery Curriculum is based on a proven method that clearly explains each skill needed for proficient reading and spelling. The blended-learning curriculum is implemented in K-3 classrooms through both teacher and software-led instruction.

Research-based
Method
Direct Instruction Materials
Instructional
Software
Training and Implementation

The Reading Horizons Discovery Curriculum is based on a proven method that clearly explains each skill needed for proficient reading and spelling. The curriculum is implemented in K-3 classrooms through both teacher and software-led instruction.

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Customer Success

What results can I expect to see after implementing
the Reading Horizons program in grade K-3?

Free Resources for
Schools and Districts

Reading Strategies

Strategies, more than fancy gadgets, make the difference for struggling readers. Learn what strategies lead to successful reading.

Dyslexia Screener

Use a free, online, and confidential screener at your school or district to help educators quickly identify the indicators of dyslexia in students from age 4 to adult.

Podclassed

Learn about current literacy topics from a variety of perspectives on this education podcast with host Laura Axtell, M.Ed.