Clients + Partners

State Agencies

Community Initiatives

School Districts

Organizations

Philanthropists

 

Lectio is eager to help literacy leaders drive impact. We are motivated by the success of our partners, and work hard to convert their passion into success for America’s youngest readers.

We have served over 550+ clients and partners from more than 350 organizations, including state agencies, school districts, non-profits, and community campaigns across the U.S.

  • We support partners to develop different ways of thinking and working—to cultivate more evaluative, impact-driven mindsets
  • Because effective collective action means having key players at the table, we take a unique, team-based approach to our work.

 

A Snapshot of Recent Partners
  • Read On Arizona
  • Arizona Department of Education
  • Read to Grow (CT)
  • City of Hartford (CT)
  • Florida Grade-Level Reading Campaign
  • Milton Public Schools (MA)
  • Jacksonville Grade-Level Reading Campaign
  • Irene E. and George A. Davis Foundation (MA)
  • Reading Success by Fourth Grade Campaign (Springfield, MA)
  • Springfield Public Schools (MA)
  • Pinellas County Grade-Level Reading Campaign (FL)

We have seen changes at every level in Arizona. We have agencies that are re-designing their portfolios of programs and services to be more intentional and aligned to the outcomes they want. We have local team members that have used Lectio to help strengthen their programming in a specific neighborhood or target population. We have funders working hand-in-hand with their grantees to help support alignment to outcomes using Lectio’s approach.

Terri Clark

Arizona Literacy Director
Read On Arizona

As soon as our community-wide reading proficiency initiative was introduced to the Lectio framework, I immediately realized its power to help both the philanthropic and nonprofit community evaluate programs in terms of design, effectiveness and potential for impact. As funders, we are total believers in the process, and have seen our community providers embrace it and learn from it as well.

Mary Walachy

Former Executive Director
The Irene E. and George A. Davis Foundation

This [Lectio approach] has greatly helped in building our leadership team’s knowledge of how each program is individually impacting the overall campaign goals as well as how the programs collectively lead to our intended outcomes.

Malai Amfahr

Director, Story County Reads’ Campaign
United Way of Story County, Pennsylvania