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Florida adopts free open content reading platform–

The state of Florida officially adopted (a free open source literacy program) as a K1 supplementary intervention for its 2008 instructional materials adoption process! Learn more about it:

eSchool News: Florida adopts open-content reading platform

USA Today: Fla. approves free, online reading program

Advertisements adopted by the Florida Department of Education


Today EdWeek posted the following article:

Florida Approves Free, Web-Based Program for Struggling Readers.

As a member of the team, this is very exciting news! For Literacy is Priceless Readers that want to learn more about, click here.

At, educators everywhere can access a free, high-quality, sequential, research-based reading intervention program for grades K-1. Open source and Web 2.0 technology enable educators to adapt FreeReading content to their needs, add their own lessons within the 40 week scope and sequence and participate in discussions about early literacy and best practices in the classroom. -Anna

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Literacy from the Sunshine State

When I have a question about literacy research, the Florida Center for Reading Research is one of the first sites I consult to find the latest research. Recently, I noticed that it has a great repository of literacy lessons for classroom teachers as well. For example, check out the student center activities on the FCRR Curriculum and Instruction page. There are tons of lessons on comprehension, fluency and more! -Anna

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