RESEARCH

Essentials

By Learning Forward
February 2020
Vol 41, No. 1
72% MORE PHONICS INSTRUCTION The New York City Department of Education released the second-year evaluation of Universal Literacy, an initiative to boost K-2 reading proficiency by deploying trained reading coaches. (An article about the initiative’s Digital Daily Coaching Log appeared in the December 2019 issue of The Learning Professional.) In the 14 New York City districts that participated, 236 reading coaches worked with more than 3,000 teachers. Coaches spent about 45% of their time with teachers in classrooms and about 25% in planning, professional learning, and other forms of preparation. Teachers who participated reported that they changed their practices as a result of the coaching: About 72% said they incorporated more phonics and phonemic awareness to a moderate or great extent, and more than 60%

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