The MCPER, within the College of Education at the University of Texas at Austin, is a collaboration of researchers from multiple disciplines and sites. MCPER develops booklets, lesson plans, videos, handouts and other practical materials that align with the latest high-quality research findings. These resources help educators, parents, policymakers, and others translate research into practice and improve outcomes for students.

Joan Sedita is the founding partner of Keys to Literacy, a literacy professional development organisation that focuses on adolescent literacy. She has written extensively about how to help students improve their reading skills, as they move toward graduation, and she offers a range of online professional learning courses.

This platform provides educators and families with resources to support struggling adolescent readers and writers in middle school and high school.

EEF publishes guidance reports that summarise the best available research evidence on a particular aspect of teaching and learning, and presents actionable recommendations for practice. A guidance report was released in 2018, aiming to help secondary schools improve literacy in all subject areas. It provides seven recommendations related to reading, writing, talk, vocabulary development and supporting struggling students. Throughout the report, recommendations emphasise the importance of disciplinary literacy.

The Australian Education Research Organisation (AERO) recommends the use of a multi-tiered system of supports (MTSS) to better assist Years 7 to 9 students struggling with foundational literacy and numeracy skills.

Australia needs a reading revolution. We need to transform the way we teach reading in school, so that every Australian child gets their best chance in life. This report shows how to do it.

Think Forward Educators is a community of over 20,000 teachers, school leaders, specialists, parents, and researchers. They advocate for education that allows every child to succeed: promoting social equity, using the Science of Learning.

Thousands of curriculum-aligned and evidence-based resources for everyday use, completely free. Suitable for primary and secondary teachers

Five from Five is a community education initiative of MultiLit Pty Ltd that aims to improve literacy levels by ensuring all children receive effective, evidence-based reading instruction. Five from Five offers five free professional learning seminars. They are available either as scheduled webinars that anyone is welcome to attend or, when available, schools can book a presentation for whole staff professional learning either as a videoconference workshop or, depending on location and availability, in schools.

Auspeld provides evidence-informed advice, direction and support to families, teachers, schools and specialists wishing to gain an insight into how children and adults learn best.

LDA is an association of teachers and other professionals dedicated to assisting students with learning difficulties through effective teaching practices based on scientific research, both in the classroom and through individualised instruction. On their website you can browse information and resources on a range of topics related to learning difficulties and effective instruction by clicking on the Learn more.

Reading Rockets looks at how young children learn to read, why so many struggle, and what we can do to help them. The website offers a rich library of evidence-based classroom strategies to help children become skilled readers, including an archive of articles, free online professional development course, blogs and much more. Some resources are suitable for secondary students.

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