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Podcast: Cache Flow - Episode 33

- Cache Flow

Expanding Access to Tutors: Nonprofit Grants $6 Million to 32 Learning Organizations Across 20 States to Help More Students

- The 74

Westfield partners with virtual tutoring company for elementary reading help

- Mass Live

Intentional Tech with Kayla Harlow | Episode 9 | Ignite! Reading

- CUE Primary Presents

What Tutoring More Students Did For Me

Giving Every Student an Expert Reading Tutor Isn’t a Pipe Dream

Leading Literacy | The Right to Read

- Leading Literacy

The Purpose-Driven Entrepreneur | Jessica Sliwerski

- The Purpose-Driven Entrepreneur

How to teach kids who flip between book and screen

- MIT Technology Review

From China to Mexico to Tutoring

The Right To Read

The Right To Read

Amid California's mounting literacy crisis, state names new literacy directors

- EdSource

These Partners Are Bridging The Literacy Gap In Oakland

- Kenneth Rainin Foundation Education Blog

Virtual service ‘Ignite! Reading’ teaches skills to Little Rock kids

- Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Little Rock School District implements new virtual tutoring to improve reading levels

- THV11

Intentional Tech with Kayla Harlow | Episode 8 | The Right to Read

- CUE Primary Presents

Ignite! Reading partners with LRSD to raise literacy levels


IGNITE! Reading Announces $10m Series A Financing To Meet Accelerating School Demand For Its Virtual 1:1 Literacy Tutoring Program

- eSchool News

We got an exclusive look at the pitch deck that edtech startup Ignite! Reading used to raise $10 million from Rethink and Citadel founder Ken Griffin

- Business Insider

Teaching young children how to read: What California parents need to know

- EdSource

Regular tutoring can help students catch up post-pandemic, but it’s slow to roll out in Oregon

- Oregon Live

Literacy tutoring programs show promise in Oakland

- The Oaklandside

Ignite! Reading is being piloted in 20 schools and districts across the country, including in Tigard and Eastern Oregon


How badly did the pandemic deepen California’s early reading crisis?

- EdSource

Morrow County schools expand reading program

- East Oregonian

Q&A: Teaching kids how to read on Zoom

- EdSource

Four Red Bluff schools brings virtual literacy program to improve kids reading level


A movement rises to change the teaching of reading

- EdSource

Zoom-Based Program Links Young Students With One-on-One Reading Tutors — Right in Their Own Classrooms

- The 74 Million

Morrow School District partners with Eastern Oregon University to help students improve reading

- Hermiston Herald

Education Thought Leaders Podcast: A New Approach to Learning to Read with Jessica Reid Sliwerski

- Education Thought Leaders

Several schools in Red Bluff working with nonprofit to boost student literacy

- North State Public Radio

Reading program helps Red Bluff youth bridge COVID-19 learning gap

- Red Bluff Daily News

Advocates say reading training for teachers a smart investment

- Oregon Public Broadcasting

County looks to Ignite better reading with pilot program

- East Oregonian

EOU College of Education partners with Ignite! Reading to foster effective literacy tutors

- The Observer

Ignite! Reading is Redefining Education During Pandemic with Virtual Tutoring to Help Bridge Learning Gaps

- Telegram & Gazette

Partnership to Catch Kids Up In Reading

- Brooklyn Daily Eagle

Coney Island ​Prep has teamed up with ​I​gnite​!​ Reading to ​give in-school tutoring to students learning to read

- PIX11 News

Legislators Push for Money to Train Oregon Teachers in the Science of Reading

- Oregon Capital Chronicle

We Have First-Graders Who Can’t Sing the Alphabet Song

- The 74

Can you teach reading on Zoom? 1-on-1 online sessions with trained teachers can narrow achievement gap

- EdSource

Learning doesn’t have to stop in the summer

- The Oaklandside

Zoom Announces EdInnovation Award Recipients

- Zoom

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