READ 180

READ 180 Raising reading achievement in grades 4–12+ and accelerating students toward college and career readiness.
READ 180 is an intensive reading intervention program that helps educators confront the problem of adolescent illiteracy and special needs reading on multiple fronts, using technology, print, and professional development. READ 180 is proven to meet the needs of struggling readers whose reading achievement is below proficient level. The program directly addresses individual needs through differentiated instruction, adaptive and instructional software, high-interest literature, and direct instruction in reading, writing, and vocabulary skills.
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READ 180 is a comprehensive system of curriculum, instruction, assessment, and professional development proven to raise reading achievement for struggling readers in grades 4–12+. Designed for any student reading two or more years below grade-level, READ 180 leverages adaptive technology to individualize instruction for students and provide powerful data for differentiation to teachers.

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
06/02/2020

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

To our community, we understand that you are hurting, and we support you. We are ready to listen and work together in pursuit of long overdue change.

Education and knowledge are powerful tools in combating racism. Educating ourselves and our families on what it means to be anti-racist is another important step.

At HMH, we do not tolerate racism. Our purpose is to bring learning to countless students, teachers and readers to transform lives, support communities and make our society more open, just and inclusive for all.

05/19/2020
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Check out our latest podcast on "Teacher, Leader, YOU" with Traci Hogan, Assistant Superintendent for Special Education for Greenville County Schools! Take Away: We all don't have to do everything, lean on each other, you were made for such a time as this! Thank you for your partnership in Greenville Public School District!

Traci Hogan, Assistant Superintendent for Special Education of Greenville County Schools, gives us the scoop on how she works with SPED students during quarantine and how she plans for a future than remains uncertain.

Teachers—what you've managed to accomplish this year is AMAZING. Your tireless efforts to keep our children connected du...
05/04/2020

Teachers—what you've managed to accomplish this year is AMAZING. Your tireless efforts to keep our children connected during this crisis has been a source of inspiration and hope. On behalf of our team at HMH—THANK YOU! ❤️

Educators, as you teach and your students learn and grow outside of the classroom, check out our free resources and up-t...
04/23/2020

Educators, as you teach and your students learn and grow outside of the classroom, check out our free resources and up-to-date program support: https://www.hmhco.com/coronavirus
#READ180

The #READ180 team would like to extend a very big THANK YOU to our essential workers who support our students, families,...
04/15/2020

The #READ180 team would like to extend a very big THANK YOU to our essential workers who support our students, families, and communities every day. #HMHProud

Due to mounting concerns surrounding the coronavirus, The TESOL Conference, March 31st – April 3rd, has been cancelled. ...
03/11/2020

Due to mounting concerns surrounding the coronavirus, The TESOL Conference, March 31st – April 3rd, has been cancelled. For those who were planning to attend to see Dr. Kinsella or are seeking tools to engage students in academic discussions we encourage you to check out Dr. Kinsella’s recent webinar on Engaging Reticent Contributors in Class Discussions of Text. Thank you for your understanding!

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Last call! It's the final day to submit your 180 Awards nominations. Celebrate the students and educators who persevered...
03/06/2020

Last call! It's the final day to submit your 180 Awards nominations. Celebrate the students and educators who persevered and inspired you. http://spr.ly/61841ovCQ

Don't miss out on being able to nominate those students and educators who never stopped trying, that their hard work did...
03/05/2020

Don't miss out on being able to nominate those students and educators who never stopped trying, that their hard work did not go unnoticed. http://spr.ly/61831ovCZ

There's still time to nominate hardworking students and passionate educators for this year's 180 Awards! http://spr.ly/6...
03/04/2020

There's still time to nominate hardworking students and passionate educators for this year's 180 Awards! http://spr.ly/61811ov7c

Both reading and writing get a 180 high-five in Mrs. Eskildsen’s classrooms. In her latest blog post, Melanie shares how...
03/04/2020

Both reading and writing get a 180 high-five in Mrs. Eskildsen’s classrooms. In her latest blog post, Melanie shares how she uses all the writing opportunities and the conversations she has with her students to create writers.

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Did you hear? You have ONE MORE WEEK! Nominations close March 6th. Nominate NOW: http://spr.ly/61811WNiU
03/02/2020

Did you hear? You have ONE MORE WEEK! Nominations close March 6th. Nominate NOW: http://spr.ly/61811WNiU

“Students need a lot of brief academic micro-writing tasks to build the skill set required for writing.” English 3D auth...
03/02/2020

“Students need a lot of brief academic micro-writing tasks to build the skill set required for writing.”

English 3D author, Dr. Kate Kinsella at #NABE2020

You asked, we listened! Deadline extended to March 6. Nominate now! http://spr.ly/61801mUZn#180Awards
02/27/2020

You asked, we listened! Deadline extended to March 6. Nominate now! http://spr.ly/61801mUZn

#180Awards

“When I create a word bank, I tap into students’ receptive vocabulary—words they understand but don’t use.” Kate Kinsell...
02/27/2020

“When I create a word bank, I tap into students’ receptive vocabulary—words they understand but don’t use.”

Kate Kinsella during her “Effective Use of Response Frames to Advance Academic Language with 6-12 English Learners” Session at NABE 2020.

02/24/2020

Have you heard? You have until February 28 to nominate your ALL-STAR students and educators for the 180 Awards! Get your nominations in today. https://www.hmhco.com/180-awards

#180Awards

Honor the students and teachers who inspired you—nominate them for this year's 180 Awards: http://spr.ly/61881lKYK
02/21/2020

Honor the students and teachers who inspired you—nominate them for this year's 180 Awards: http://spr.ly/61881lKYK

Don't miss the chance to nominate the exceptional students and teachers in your life for this year's 180 Awards! Start h...
02/20/2020

Don't miss the chance to nominate the exceptional students and teachers in your life for this year's 180 Awards! Start here 👉 http://spr.ly/61851lKUH

02/11/2020

In the spirit of the #180Awards we want to share with you “Different” by Patricia Starek, created especially to help us usher in a new approach to teaching. Nominate those learners as they are: unique, brilliant individuals. https://hmhco.com/180awards

“My favorite part of teaching READ 180 is watching my students become advocates and owners of their learning.” Hear from...
02/05/2020

“My favorite part of teaching READ 180 is watching my students become advocates and owners of their learning.”

Hear from one of our amazing 180 Awards teacher winners on Shaped. http://spr.ly/618719RSW

02/05/2020

MUST WATCH! “Dare to Dream” by LeDerick Horne at the Literacy & Intervention Executive Summit in New Orleans.

#Lead2Literacy LeDerick Horne

02/04/2020

Feed the Reading Brain through YOGA!

#PhonicsFIT #Lead2Literacy

02/04/2020

Live once more from our Literacy Leadership Summit in New Orleans with Noelle Morris (right) and Audrey Doepke (left) to talk about the ways we can support teachers and what we do behind-the-scenes.

02/04/2020

We’re live again in New Orleans with our HMH colleagues, Noelle, Quinton, and Brandy, and new friends from West Carroll Parish, Sarah and Sharon! Talking about everything we’re learning about teaching literacy.

02/04/2020

HMH's very own Passionate Vocabulary Ambassador, Patricia Starek.

"Give them words. Give them worlds."

#Lead2Literacy

There is “difficulty linking letters to sounds, that's one of the reasons why kids with dyslexia have problems reading,”...
02/04/2020

There is “difficulty linking letters to sounds, that's one of the reasons why kids with dyslexia have problems reading,” shares Devin Kearns.

#Lead2Literacy

02/04/2020

We’re chatting about Writable with Monica Graham (left) and Noelle Morris (right) in New Orleans during our 2020 Literacy & Intervention Executive Summit!

At the Literacy & Intervention Executive Summit? What did you think was the most surprising "Fact or Fiction" shared by ...
02/03/2020

At the Literacy & Intervention Executive Summit? What did you think was the most surprising "Fact or Fiction" shared by Mark Angel and Matthew Mugo Fields? Check out one fact below!

Fact: Most teachers are very confident in their Ed Tech.

#Lead2Literacy

Discover actionable dyslexia screening strategies. Download this PDF to discover strategies that can help you implement ...
02/03/2020

Discover actionable dyslexia screening strategies. Download this PDF to discover strategies that can help you implement dyslexia screening in your school or district.

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Honor an outstanding student or educator for the #180Awards—it's as easy as 1, 2, 3! http://spr.ly/618015Y2I
01/29/2020

Honor an outstanding student or educator for the #180Awards—it's as easy as 1, 2, 3!

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Avoid summer slide — help your students catch up and keep up with math!  Do The Math’s easy-to-use Summer School bundles...
01/27/2020

Avoid summer slide — help your students catch up and keep up with math! Do The Math’s easy-to-use Summer School bundles address a variety of implementations and are ideal for 1st-5th grade learners.

Request your sample pack today! http://spr.ly/61831eUrD

Read an inspiring story from former READ 180 Award Winner, Shadrack Boakye. Don't miss your chance to nominate for this ...
01/22/2020

Read an inspiring story from former READ 180 Award Winner, Shadrack Boakye. Don't miss your chance to nominate for this year's #180Awards!

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Attention educators! It's 180 Awards season. Get the scoop on how to nominate, qualifications, and this year's prizes (t...
01/16/2020

Attention educators! It's 180 Awards season. Get the scoop on how to nominate, qualifications, and this year's prizes (they're awesome).

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Thank you, teachers for all your hard work in helping our students continue to learn and grow.
Hey, READ 180 teachers! I'm wondering--how are you all navigating the "new normal" of remote work and learning. What are your questions, your ideas, and your bright spots? Let's brainstorm together. 🤔
Our Read 180 Teachers Rock! Here are two from Florence SD 1 delivering Real Books to their students so they can continue their instruction online. Suzie and Caitlyn, you rock!
What is going on with the faulty connectivity of Read 180 Universal and Reading Counts? Today was the second day this week at Noon to lose connectivity.
#flashbackfriday During the 2017-18 school year, one of my #READ180 teachers created a Student App Recording Station to give students a safe and quiet place to complete their Reading and Success Zone Fluency recordings—many of her students are English Language Learners and are very self-conscious about their oral reading fluency. As a result of adding this privacy screen, student Fluency recordings are completed more regularly and are much easier for the teacher to listen to, assess, and use in student conferences. In fact, this recording station has become so popular that the teacher added a second one in another area of the classroom. #ELL
Where can I find the info so I can assign a student a particular workshop so that student can work on the skills the student needs. I don't have a Real Book. I've been told that is where it is but I can't seem to find it online. Can you help me?
Does this program also help people with autism and for college students? If not, do you have plans to make this available?
Hi. Is there a way to print the students writing that they do the the Student App in Universal? I was able to print it in NG, can’t figure out how to print In Universal. Thanks!!
Hello, are there any PD's to attend during the year? I currently teach R180, I just want to get better :)
Greetings. I'm a year 2 teacher and have lots of questions about deepening my understanding of the program - can anyone be my buddy/mentor and answer a bunch of random questions?
Have any of you had success with S44 with special education students qualifying as ID?
Hello, new teacher to the Read 180 community. Does anyone do rewards for reading or lessons passed?! How or what?