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Chardon Leading the Science of Reading


Kelly Misch
Communications Director
Chardon Local Schools
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November 9, 2023 — Chardon Schools Assistant Superintendent Ed Klein, Ph.D. and Chardon Middle School Principal Adam Tomco delivered a Leading the Science of Reading presentation on Nov. 4 to educators at the Association for Middle Level Education AMLE50 four-day conference in National Harbor, MD.

Dr. Klein and Mr. Tomco's Nov. 4 presentation explored how CMS has been building on Tier I instructional success in implementing the Science of Reading in elementary grades to provide robust and consistent Tier II interventions aligned with the Science of Reading.

What is the Science of Reading?
An introduction to the Science of Reading can be found on the Ohio Department of Education and Workforce website at the following link:  Science of Reading FAQs

Chardon Schools Leading the Science of ReadingDr. Klein and Mr. Tomco's Science of Reading slideshow presentation, delving into specifics on implementation at CMS and the insights and successes from these pioneering efforts, can be accessed at the following link Leading the Science of Reading - AMLE or by clicking the image to the left.

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Questions can be directed to Dr. Klein at [email protected] or 440.285.4052.

About AMLE
The Association for Middle Level Education is the only international organization of its kind for middle school educators, serving as the go-to source for peer-reviewed research, best practice, and professional development. We invite you to join our community of more than 35,000 educators and discover what’s possible when middle school educators support each other with a shared vision of success.

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