RFP: Equitable Foundational Literacy Research with Older Learners
Equitable Foundational Literacy Research with Older Learners
Learning to read is a complex process. Decades of research provide some insight into the skills, knowledge, and beliefs that students must possess to become proficient readers – but there is much more to learn about how to put all of our students, especially Black, Latino, and Native American students and those experiencing poverty, on accelerated trajectories of reading success that match their potential.
To learn more, see details below and access the complete Equitable Foundational Literacy Research for Older Learners RFP.
Read more about our approach to literacy learning and the foundational research behind it in our concept paper: Reading Reimagined: A New Inclusive Research & Development Initiative.
Our first request for proposals focused on an area of literacy learning where we still have unanswered questions as a field: foundational literacy with learners in grades three through eight. We are no longer accepting proposals, but stay tuned for award announcements in June 2022!
Reading Reimagined funded projects no more than sixteen months in duration and funding ranges were $50,000-$400,000.
Note: For organizations with less RFP experience, there is an opportunity to request potential support around proposal development within the Concept Note submission, due March 23, 2022, should your organization be invited to submit a full proposal. Support requests will be reviewed for feasibility, but are not guaranteed, as part of our commitment to supporting a diversity of proposals and proposing teams.
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Read the full RFP here.