CJ Spiller visited Code Elementary in Oconee County in May 2010. He read books and talked to the Reading Recovery® students about all they could learn by reading and all they could accomplish if they really tried.
Click to download the Virtual Training Eases Financial Woes by Jennifer Horace, M.S. During the last two years, we have all become accustomed to doing a lot with a little. Having our budgets cut and being short-staffed have forced us to use our time and money wisely. However, one program in Clemson’s Eugene T. Moore School […]
Click to download the Reading Recovery— A Safe Shore PDF By Sandra Parker Clemson’s Reading Recovery® Training Center has helped two decades of South Carolina ﬁrst-graders overcome problems in learning to read. If you’ve been around a South Carolina elementary school in the past 20 years, you’ve probably heard of the two R’s that are sacred […]
Clemson University Reading Recovery® Training Center Selected As Finalist For Riley Institute’s Dick And Tunky Riley Education Award Award highlights outstanding educational initiatives throughout the state FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE GREENVILLE, S.C.— The Riley Institute at Furman and South Carolina Future Minds are pleased to announce Clemson University Reading Recovery Training Center as a finalist for the […]
Here are some pictures from the Summer Institute 2013 with Peter Johnston. Peter Johnston at Summer Institute 2013. Break Out Session of Summer Institute 2013. Main Session of Summer Institute 2013. Lobby during Summer Institute 2013.
The Known Gnome is roaming around the state of South Carolina. If you know where he is, send an email to email@example.com with the picture # and place. First one in gets a prize. But you can not make a guess if it is […]
Clemson University Reading Recovery® Training Center graduates three new Teacher Leaders. C.C. Bates, Director of Clemson University Reading Recovery® Training Center presents certifications to: Renee Anders, Pickens County School District Cynthia Coldiron, Florence County School District Mia Riddle, Charleston County School District