Using Opportunity Culture Roles to Support Science of Reading-Based Instruction

The science of reading has “come alive” at Lucama Elementary, in North Carolina’s Wilson County Schools, after the principal and her team of Multi-Classroom Leaders led the use of multiple curricula and data-driven small-group instruction and interventions—resulting in strong student learning growth.

For more about Lucama, named a 2023 Blue Ribbon School by the by the U.S. Department Education, listen to our Opportunity Culture Audio piece, Dramatic Student Growth Follows Focus on Data, Small-Group Tutoring, and Collaboration.

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The following curricula were mentioned in this video (mentions of specific curricula in this video do not imply Public Impact endorsement):

  • CORE Phonics Survey
  • LETRS® = Language Essentials for Teachers of Reading and Spelling
  • Multisyllable Routine Cards
  • 95 Percent Group
  • 95 Phonics Core Program® 
  • Vocabulary Surge™ 

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