This flier provides a list of frequently asked questions regarding the Nebraska Reading Improvement Act. The most up to date FAQ list can be found at https://www.education.ne.gov/nebraskareads/frequently-asked-questions/
This social media playbook is designed to leverage digital media channels with the focus on providing families with information and resources to extend literacy learning to the home. The toolkit includes social media best practices, month by month posts, and graphics to most effectively engage with families in Nebraska.
Parents likely know that reading is important for all children. The best way to engage parents as trusted partners in their child’s reading is to help them support reading at home. This resource shares some at-home reading tips that teachers can share with parents to ensure their children are successful.
Parents or guardians of students who are identified with a reading difficulty are notified in writing or in electronic form no later than 15 days after the identification. This resource provides a sample parent notification that schools may modify for use.
Schools may choose to inform parents or guardians when their student is dismissed from targeted reading instruction as described on their Individualized Reading Improvement Plan. This resource provides a sample exit letter for parents that schools may modify for use.
Schools may choose for classroom teachers to discuss an Individualized Reading Improvement Plan with parents or guardians via phone. This resource provides a sample phone call script that schools may modify for use.
This comprehensive resource provides caregivers a wealth of information to support their child as a developing reader. The Read-At-Home Plan for Student Success resource includes a variety of at-home activities to support a child’s phonological awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension.
Stay engaged with reading all year long with these downloadable postcards. Each postcard focuses on a different topic – from general tips and tricks about reading with your child, to information about the NebraskaREADS program, to summer reading.
These downloadable infographics from the Global Family Research Project highlight several research-based ways families can promote early literacy. It is available in both English and Spanish.