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2021-2022 K-12 Comprehensive Evidence-Based Reading Plans


2021-2022 District K-12 Comprehensive Evidence-Based Reading Plans

6A-6.053 District K-12 Comprehensive Evidence-Based Reading Plan

Annually, school districts shall submit a K-12 Comprehensive Evidence-Based Reading Plan for the specific use of the research-based reading instruction allocation on the form entitled District K-12 Comprehensive Evidence-Based Reading Plan, Form No. CERP-1, (effective February 2021). The District K-12 Comprehensive Evidence-Based Reading Plan must accurately depict and detail the role of administration (both district and school level), professional development, assessment, curriculum, and instruction in the improvement of student learning of the B.E.S.T. English Language Arts Standards as provided in Rule 6A-1.09401, F.A.C. This information must be reflected for all schools and grade levels and shared with all stakeholders, including school administrators, literacy leadership teams, literacy coaches, classroom instructors, support staff, and parents.

District K-12 Comprehensive Evidence-Based Reading Plan Template

Form No. CERP-1, effective February 2021. This form is incorporated in Rule 6A-6.053, Florida Administrative Code (F.A.C.)

K-12 Comprehensive Evidence-Based Reading Plan District Self-Relection Tool

The Self-Reflection Tool is intended to serve as an example of an evaluation tool for districts to evaluate implementation of the K-12 Comprehensive Evidence-Based Reading Plan (K-12 CERP) as required by State Board Rule 6A-6.053, F.A.C. The purpose is to promote reflection regarding current strengths and challenges in the implementation of the district’s K-12 CERP, spark conversations among staff and facilitate identification of areas for improvement to support revising K-12 CERP for implementation in the succeeding school year.