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Striving Readers Comprehensive Literacy Initiative (SRCL)

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Striving Readers Comprehensive Literacy (SRCL) Initiative Resources

The purpose of the Striving Readers Comprehensive Literacy (SRCL) discretionary grants is to create a comprehensive literacy program to advance literacy skills — including pre-literacy skills, reading, and writing — for students from birth through grade 12, including limited-English-proficient students and students with disabilities.

2018 SRCL Application Info

Striving Readers Comprehensive Literacy Grant Year One (2018-19) Awards

2018 SRCL Request for Application (doc)
2018 SRCL External Partner Vetting Form (doc)
SRCL Application Appendices (XLS)
SRCL Submission Format
New Mexico SRCL Abstract
NM Literacy Framework 2018

U.S. Dept of Education Information:

SRCL Legislation, Regulations and Guidance
SRCL FAQ’s
SRCL National Performance Report

Webinars, FAQs, and Videos

SRCL Kickoff Webinar
SRCL Kickoff Webinar Slides
SRCL Grant Application Webinar
SRCL Webinar Slides
SRCL FAQs
Identifying & Implementing High Quality Instructional Materials Presentation
NM Literacy Framework- Family Engagement Presentation
NM Literacy Framework- Family Engagement Workshop Workbook
Critical Friends Consultancy Overview
Critical Friends: Refining Reflective Practice through a Consultancy Process Presentation
SRCL Kick-Off Summit ECOT Presentation
ECOT Flowchart and FAQs
ECOT Assessment Dates 2018-19

2017 SRCL Application Info

New Mexico SRCL Approved Application 2017

SRCL in the News:

NMPED Media Release: New Mexico Public Education Department Awards $20M in Targeted Literacy Grant Funding to Districts & Charter Schools Across the State
Ruidoso News: Ruidoso school district receives Literacy Grant
Las Cruces Sun News: New Mexico PED awards $20M in literacy grants to Gadsden, other districts and charters
Silver City Sun News: Cobre schools get grant funds for literacy

Page last updated August 6, 2020