The Partnerships in Comprehensive Literacy (PCL) model is a school improvement initiative dedicated to increasing student achievement.
The Partnerships in Comprehensive Literacy (PCL) model is a school improvement initiative dedicated to increasing student achievement developed by Dr. Linda Dorn at the University of Arkansas in Little Rock. The Illinois Reading Recovery Center for Literacy at National-Louis University continues to collaborate with the University of Arkansas in Little Rock, other university centers though out the United States.
To develop self-regulated learners who meet rigorous state and national academic standards.
To develop self-regulated learners with the capacity to guide and monitor their learning to meet the needs of a global society.
To develop a seamless transition across school programs, curriculum approaches, and assessment systems where best practices in literacy instruction are implemented to create intellectual environments that make literate thinking a top priority for students.
The Pekin Partnership in Comprehensive Literacy Model Site is pleased to host a Comprehensive Literacy Model Summer Institute, June 4-June 7th, 2019. Below is our flyer for Affiliated Districts.