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We are always looking for good ideas and new topics.There is no one better qualified than you to guide us.Now that you are geared up, we know you are ready to make 2019–2020 the best school year yet.This year, we have partnered with experienced educators, inspiring thought leaders, and top education innovators to explore essential webinar, blog, and podcast topics in literacy, math, and professional development.Our 2019–2020 webinar series begins in September with presentations focusing on timely topics such as social emotional learning (SEL), early childhood learning and literacy, and reading intervention strategies to support English language learners, students with dyslexia, and students who struggle to read.Louisa Moats in October as we feature her special “Hard Words” post about the science of reading and successful literacy instruction.Don’t miss our first-ever podcast in mid September with special guest Dr.Download a sample lesson here and see the updated program for yourself.This summer’s 2019 Literacy Symposium was a success with renowned experts and thought leaders sharing invaluable lessons during the two-day event.Daniel Lopez of Denton Independent School District.We will explore ways to help students become invested in their learning and achieve more than they think they can.