For two years, AARP Foundation Experience Corps (EC) has partnered with Lectio to take a sharp look at their program’s model—to support stronger implementation and greater impact across their coast-to-coast network. Read the EC leaders’ reflections on their strategic improvement efforts.
This spring a cross-sector team from Story County (IA) attended their second on-site institute to support strategic analysis and planning as their campaign expanded from a community-wide literacy campaign to a countywide initiative.
Last fall, nine Florida GLR communities participated in the Lectio Institute to sharpen and strengthen their programs and investments to better serve the state’s children. Read about this collaboration and its impact.
A dedicated team from Cedar Valley, IA, attended a 2017 institute and went back to their community with a new and complete understanding of what was working, and what needed to be changed.
For seven years, Springfield has been engaged in a community-wide literacy campaign to promote reading success for all children. Hear from the Davis Foundation’s Sally Fuller, the initiative’s funder, on Springfield’s community effort to boost children’s literacy skills.
In partnership with Lectio, leaders from Read On Arizona have been strengthening their efforts to better serve the state’s children. Read more about this collaboration and its impact in an interview with Terri Clark, the Arizona Literacy Director.
Representatives from Generations Incorporated, a literacy organization that strives to develop Greater Boston’s youngest readers, attended the Lectio Institute in 2015. Read what they had to say about their team’s experience.
A team from the Ready. Set. READ! literacy campaign (Reading, PA) attended our 2016 institute to work on making their community literacy initiative more effective.
A team from Hartford, CT, attended our 2015 institute and has since revamped their literacy approach in 48 schools.
After attending the September institute, the Salem leadership team had much to say about what they learned, and how they are moving forward to improve the district’s literacy programming.