SCHOOL LEADERS

95% of children can learn to read in a structured literacy approach. - Dr. Louisa Moats

Partner with Cox Campus to implement the Science of Reading. Our team works diligently to support centers, schools and systems locally and nationally to customize professional development that immediately improves practices, and supports every child toward literacy and justice for all.

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Contact Dr. Nadia J. Jones, Director of Partnerships, to learn more.
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Listen

curved arrowOur first priority in the process is understanding the unique challenges your school or district is facing so we can design the optimal literacy curriculum for your teachers and students.

Plan

curved arrowTogether, we will create a detailed professional learning plan built from our Cox Campus resources and customized to fit the goals you have set for your school, staff, and students.

Implement

curved arrowAlong the way, we will provide the tools and support you need to fully integrate the Cox Campus and its practices into your teachers’ professional development – and classrooms.

Impact

Through examining existing methods and assessment systems, our team will provide guidance to ensure your approach is aligned with implementation to yield robust data for teachers and maximum impact for every child.

The Cox Campus Difference

  • Cox Campus is not a curriculum – it’s curriculum agnostic and can be used to enhance existing curricula
  • Cox Campus coursework and implementation resources are 100% FREE indefinitely
  • Cox Campus content has been rigorously reviewed by expert practitioners and researchers
  • Cox Campus is dedicated to developing deep reading brains from the 3rd trimester through literacy – we have content to support educators and families every step of the way

Learn How Other Leaders Are Using the Cox Campus

Cox Campus Case Studies

Georgia Dept. of Education

  • K-3
  • Science of Reading
  • State Agency
  • DOE

The Georgia DOE (GaDOE) has published a yearlong professional learning Science of Reading (SoR) sequence, leveraging the SoR Cox Campus courses. The professional learning includes a monthly facilitated course walkthrough, whereby educators from across the state join a synchronized video conference, take the Cox Campus coursework together and then discuss in real-time. The model allows each educator to earn IACET accredited CEUs on Cox Campus, while also providing rich discussion to deepen learning.

Attendees in 2021-22 have included classroom teachers, reading specialists, gifted, ESOL and special education teachers as well as school-based and district instructional leadership.

 
 
The content on Cox Campus addresses a need that educators across the state have identified as an area of growth—reading instruction. The courses are organized in a way where pre-service and expert teachers can access information that enhances their pedagogical practices in reading instruction. In recent years, reading and literacy teachers, leaders, and stakeholders have requested alternate ways to participate in professional learning; Cox Campus provides the flexibility that Georgians desire. The courses are on-demand and allow educators to engage in robust, evidence-based learning as their busy schedules permit.
Anisha Donald
Elementary ELA/Literacy Program Specialist at Georgia Department of Education
Georgia Department of Education

Growing Readers

  • K-3
  • Science of Reading
  • State Agency

Growing Readers is a K-3 literacy professional learning grant designed and implemented through Georgia’s Regional Educational Service Agencies (RESAs) and administered through the Governor’s Office of Student Achievement (GOSA) and the Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE).

This collaboration is dedicated to developing relationships with teachers and leaders across the State of Georgia, grounded in evidence-based practices, so that every Georgia teacher is a reading teacher, and every child becomes a deep reader. Growing Readers is leveraging Cox Campus courses into personalized coaching rounds over the course of the two-year teacher fellowship based on each individual school and teachers’ needs.

 
 
We are excited about the progress that has been made with our professional learning content this year. Much of the content that we have viewed on Cox Campus has been helpful as we refine our work. Rather than throwing the baby out with the bath water, we have been able to use the research to truly refine what we have been doing, and enhance it where there have been needs. I truly believe that through partnerships like this, our state has the capacity to provide empowering professional learning that builds teachers knowledge, skills, and confidence for teaching reading.
Kathy Matthews
Growing Readers Program Specialist
Growing Readers - Georgia's RESA Network

Horizons National

  • K-3
  • Science of Reading
  • Non-profit Partnership
  • National Organization

Horizons National is a nonprofit that partners with public, independent, and charter schools, colleges, and universities to create out-of-school academic, enrichment, and social-emotional learning programs for students from pre-kindergarten through high school. Reading Specialists, Site Directors and Teachers are included in a nationwide professional learning community (PLC) leveraging five Cox Campus courses in the spring of 2022. The PLC will kick off with a Science of Reading overview webinar, followed by two nationwide discussions around explicit and systematic reading instruction practices to implement universal/standard structures across their network in the summer of 2022.

Through this partnership, Horizons will continue to foster autonomy at its regional sites, while also ensuring all children have access to explicit and systematic literacy instruction to support their learning over the summer.

 
 
Cox Campus provides critical support for orgs (like Horizons) seeking to robust, evidence-based programming during out-of-school time. Horizons is committed to providing high-quality, long-term learning opportunities for students and families from underserved communities, and equitable learning is at our core. Understanding how children learn and the best ways to support students is always important, but even more so now as students face continuing challenges and disruptions in disproportionate ways. The Cox Campus platform allows us to engage educators from across the country in meaningful professional learning to develop inclusive literacy programs. Coming together, albeit virtually, enables educators from our national Horizons Network to learn from leaders in this field while sharing resources and insights with one another.
Dr. Deana Darling
Senior Director, Program Support & Innovation
Horizons National

Marietta City, Early Learning Sites and Centers

  • Infant/Toddler
  • Preschool/Pre-K
  • Ecosystem

As one key aspect of a citywide effort entitled “Literacy and Justice for All,” the Rollins Center is partnering with 18 private and public/private early care and learning providers across the City of Marietta in Georgia.

Teachers and instructional coaches are engaged in a personalized learning plan for the 2021-22 school year, using the Ecosystem Construction Measure self-assessment as a starting point, and leveraging Cox Campus coursework to meet their identified needs.

In addition to coursework, teachers meet monthly in a PLC and use an interactive video coaching tool so that Rollins facilitators can provide coaching, modeling and support to deepen practices based on the sciences of bilingualism, language and early literacy.

 
 
As both superintendent and a parent in Marietta City Schools (MCS), I am grateful for the long-standing partnership between our district and the Rollins Center. Educators have continued to gain clarity and insight about the critically important role of literacy in a child’s development and trajectory toward success in school and life. Our work with the Rollins Center helps guide our decisions about curriculum, programming, and professional development as we prioritize literacy proficiency across our district. I see the impact of the MCS – Rollins partnership when I read with my children each night and
when I walk through our schools each week.
Dr. Grant Rivera
Marietta City Schools Superintendent
Marietta City Schools Since 1892

External Evaluation

A national market research study confirmed that 98% of Members regard Cox Campus coursework and content “as better than or as good as” similar resources.

At Cox Campus we are committed to making the highest-quality and evidence-based teaching and learning materials available for FREE, removing the paywall that limits equitable access to so many.

How Cox Campus is Different

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Advance your Craft

You will advance your craft through deep professional learning that reinforces and builds foundational knowledge.

Downloadable Classroom Resources

You can use real-time resources in your classrooms tomorrow.

Cox Campus focuses on the whole child

From 3rd trimester of pregnancy through literacy and toward the construction of the deep reading brain.

Designed by Experts, Backed by Research

Cox Campus collaborates with our nation’s top scholars around the Science of Reading, sciences of healthy brain development and language development.

Engaged Community

Members join a community of practice to connect, foster open discussion, and share resources

The Rollins Center will partner with you as you learn something new or to refresh your skills and knowledge.

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