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Most students don't reach their learning potential.

Many teachers express:

  • My students aren't meeting standard.
  • I don't know what I should be teaching.
  • I'm exhausted by the end of the day from correcting behaviors.
  • I don't know how to keep the rest of my class engaged when meeting with individual students.
  • I don't have a confident plan to help my most struggling students.

Creating a productive classroom where students meet literacy standards and learning is joyful is possible for all teachers, at all levels.

It's possible with Prepared Classroom.

What's Prepared Classroom?

Prepared Classroom

Prepared Classroom is an approach to teaching and learning made up of a set of connected practices that optimize your conditions for teaching and students' conditions for learning.

It’s time to learn a research-based system that will give you a reliable teaching structure for meeting all your curricular demands.

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Whole-school training is the best way to achieve literacy progress schoolwide

Implementing a new program in a school system can feel intimidating and overwhelming. Let us ease the process by creating a plan built for the needs of your teachers.

We want to ensure your investment is successful.

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