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READ Plan Resources for Educators:
The READ Act states specific processes and elements to be part of READ Plan creation and ongoing student support. These resources provide educators with support for the effective planning and implementation of a READ Plan.
- PDF Document designed to support effective READ Plan implementation
READ Plan Sample (DOCX) (updated July 2021)
- Word document to include all components of a READ Plan
- Defines what a Significant Reading Deficiency is, covers the determination process, and provides definitions for key terms used in the process
- Two case studies starting with interim and diagnostic results and then stepping through examples of goals and objectives that could be included in a READ Plan
- Talking points to cover with parents upon implementing a READ Plan
READ Plans beyond 3rd grade
Colorado's READ Act requires that a READ plan acquired in grades K-3 remains in place until a student has reached grade level reading competency, determined locally through a body of evidence. The Office of Literacy has created guidance documents to aid in considerations for assessment, support, and instruction, as well as links to resources.
Co-created by the Office of Literacy and Exceptional Student Services Unit. This document provides information on the implementation of READ plans for students with IEPs.
- Find a sample READ Plan for EL Students, EL Guidance, WIDA Can Do Descriptors, ELD functions and scaffolds charts, and the IES Practice Guide for Effective Literacy and English Language Instruction for English Learners in the Elementary Grades
READ Plans and Kindergarten School Readiness
- This webinar includes background information on required Kindergarten assessments in Colorado, how to use the problem-solving process across these assessments, and the requirements and flexibilities in documentation in creating and maintaining individual student plans.