Get Ready for the Campaign for Grade Level Reading Week!

We invite you to join the Campaign for Grade-Level Reading for a week-long (July 17–21) series of virtual events that will spotlight how dozens of states are working to advance early school success and accelerate equitable learning recovery. Organized and hosted by CGLR’s network of state lead organizations, these virtual events include webinars, documentary screenings, panel discussions, trainings and story times.

In addition, GLR Week 2023 will feature daily plenary sessions for its networks of local funders, coalition-leading organizations and program partners. As with GLR Week 2022, these sessions will lift up and explore the transformative potential of emerging “Bright Spots and Silver Linings” that illuminate the path toward what could be the hoped for “new normal.”

We hope you will join the conversation to share your “Bright Spots and Silver Linings” insights, lessons learned as well as updates and progress reports on the great work that has happened this past year. And during and beyond GLR Week, continue to engage with us and each other through CGLR’s Community Learning for Impact and Improvement Platform (CLIP).

Exciting updates, toolkits and session description will be posted soon.

We look forward to seeing you.

Daily plenary sessions are July 17–20

Mark your Calendars for these dynamic and informative webinars. A great way to wrap up the year and begin planning for the next, and get a national perspective about topics that are important to you!

Here is the lineup:

Here are the links for each one:

Gratitude & Appreciation: Public Television Partners With CGLR  

MONDAY, JULY 17 | 12:30–2PM ET

Building on Common Ground: A Governors’ Conversation featuring an interview with Maryland Governor Wes Moore


What Happens (or Doesn’t Happen) in One Generation Affects the Next: Two-Gen Strategies for Alleviating Poverty  

TUESDAY, JULY 18 | 12:30–2PM ET

Locked Out of Literacy: Causes, Consequences & Costs 

TUESDAY, JULY 18 | 3–4:30 PM ET

AI-Enhanced Efficacy: Assisting the Adults Helping Children  


Bright Spots and Groundwork: What’s Working in Communities   

THURSDAY, JULY 20 | 12:30–2PM ET

Global Perspectives on Post-Pandemic Academic Recovery 


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