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* Every individual has the right to knowledgeable and qualified literacy educators.  

* Literacy instruction must be equitable and culturally relevant.

*Learning environments should be supportive and have integrated support systems.

* Every individual can benefit from explicit and systematic phonics instruction that is evidence-based.

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Children's Rights to Read 

We believe in ILA's Children's Rights to Read. 

The Children’s Rights to Read initiative, founded on 10 fundamental rights every child deserves, was developed to ensure that every child, everywhere, has access to the education, opportunities, and resources needed to read.

To learn more visit ILA's website.

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  • Children, Families, and Diversity in Literature
  • Access of information for all children
  • Action oriented literacy-based community service at the local, state, and international levels

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VSLA has been gathering resources to help our teachers and families educate their students in this challenging time. While not an exhaustive list, we think it’s a good start. We recommend reviewing these and going deeper in your own search for additional resources.


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Virginia Readers' Choice

All of the votes are in and the students have spoken! Over 51,000 students across Virginia read books from the Virginia Reader’s Choice annual book list. Special thanks to all of the educators who facilitated the voting and worked to make this year’s program a success.

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