Your virtual and in-home learning solution.

Educators and families are facing unique challenges during this time. The Cox Campus is your go-to place for free professional development, teaching resources, and more.

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Science shows us the way.

Research reveals the most effective methods for enabling children to read, yet these practices are absent from adult/child interactions across the country.

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A community devoted to change.

The Cox Campus is a community of professionals dedicated to eradicating illiteracy and giving children a future full of possibilities.

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Free Video-Based Courses

Use this time to learn high impact, evidence- based practices you can use immediately. Thanks to generous partners and support from The James M. Cox Foundation, everything on the Cox Campus is available to you at no cost.

Resources for Classroom, Virtual and In-Home

Our resource library has hundreds of free lesson planning templates, printables, activity ideas, and more to use with your children. We make lesson planning easy.

Never Learn Alone

Have a question or need advice? Reach out to the Cox Campus community. You’ll find others who can help you along the way.

Learn From Experts

Join our virtual book study as we learn with Dr. Maryanne Wolf and others on how to build deep reading brains and eradicate illiteracy in our time.

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Unlimited Free Access

  • Interactive, video-based courses
  • Tailored content for birth to 3rd grade teachers & families
  • Hundreds of free printable resources
  • Tested and research-based practices
  • Implementation guides & coaching
  • Exclusive classroom and real-world scenario videos
  • Literacy resources for all child-facing professionals
  • Certificates for completed training
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An Ecosystem to Support Language and Literacy

A child’s relationships, experiences, and surroundings help build their brain’s foundation for future learning, success, and health.

Families

You are your child’s first teacher and best advocate. When you engage in the practices found here and share with others the importance of conversations with children, you help ensure your child receives the language nutrition needed to learn and read.

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Educators

Your every interaction with infants/toddlers, preschoolers, and young school-aged children helps define their futures. Learn the non-negotiables of explicit literacy and language instruction, and how you can be the architect of each child's reading brain.

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Community Leaders

When a community rallies to support the success of young children, everyone in that community benefits. You have the opportunity to contribute to a child’s healthy brain development and lifelong well-being by connecting with each child and each family meaningfully and supportively.

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Agencies and Social Services

When you support children, their families, and their communities, you are helping guide future success. Shape a culture that promotes language and literacy and build ecosystems that join in conversations with each child to keep brain construction on track.

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Healthcare

As a nurse, doctor, or healthcare worker, you partner with expectant and new parents to support their child’s lifelong success. When you engage families about the importance of language nutrition and ensure they know how to make the most of their child’s earliest years, you are helping to build a solid foundation for all learning.

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