The Partnerships in Comprehensive Literacy (PCL) model is a school improvement initiative dedicated to increasing student achievement.
The Partnerships in Comprehensive Literacy (PCL) model is a school improvement initiative dedicated to increasing student achievement developed by Dr. Linda Dorn at the University of Arkansas in Little Rock. The Illinois Reading Recovery Center for Literacy at National-Louis University continues to collaborate with the University of Arkansas in Little Rock, other university centers though out the United States.
To develop self-regulated learners who meet rigorous state and national academic standards.
To develop self-regulated learners with the capacity to guide and monitor their learning to meet the needs of a global society.
To develop a seamless transition across school programs, curriculum approaches, and assessment systems where best practices in literacy instruction are implemented to create intellectual environments that make literate thinking a top priority for students.
The Pekin Partnership in Comprehensive Literacy Model Site is pleased to host a Comprehensive Literacy Model Summer Institute, June 4-June 7th, 2019. Below is our flyer for Affiliated Districts.
Affiliated Districts register here
To download the flyer, link here.
District 108 Employees, please visit the staff web page to register