Kentucky State University’s School of Education has been awarded a grant from the Collaborative Center for Literacy Development (CCLD) to offer high-quality professional development opportunities that focus on the literacy development of students in grades 6-12. More specifically, the grant activities will provide information, resources and instructional strategies related to the teaching and assessment of literacy (Common Core Standards for English/language arts) when working with diverse students.
Grant participants will be expected to:
- complete four to five online course modules
- attend two online webinars
- attend a two-week summer academy (hybrid model consisting online and face-to-face training) in July 2012
- complete an individual literacy project with a diverse student in his/her classroom
- participate in a “fair share” with other CCLD grant participants across the state
Grant applicants who complete all the above requirements or are determined to be “successful grant participants” will receive:
- a $500 stipend ($250 at the summer academy and $250 at the end of the grant period)
- $250 in literacy materials for their classrooms
- $100 in travel reimbursement
The activities are limited to only 15 participants. For more information, contact Cohort Director Shambra Mulder at or (502) 597-5918.
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