A flexible, effective literacy solution for your school

Are your students responding to intervention? Learning to read and write is not easy for many students, so why teach it backward? If you’re not seeing the response you need to see with core instruction and tiered interventions, it’s time for change. We’re here to help.

See the research and results.

  • Improve student outcomes
  • Save your school time and money
  • Develop a positive school climate
  • Reduce the number of students needing special services

Why Schools Need SPELL-Links

Your staff and students need a flexible, effective literacy solution that gets results everyone feels good about. Unfortunately, most traditional reading and writing programs leave potential on the table by failing to leverage the brain’s innate wiring and abilities.

Our brains are biologically wired for oral  language, but traditional programs begin with the written letter and teach students to map letters’ sounds (an approach called “print to speech”). This unnatural approach makes learning to read and write more difficult than it needs to be.

Symptoms of a broken literacy solution:

  • Poor response to core instruction and RTI services
  • An escalating number of referrals for supplemental services and special services
  • Low or no return on investment from professional development
  • Lack of buy-in from staff — often leading to staff burnout and turnover
  • Increases in lawsuits for failing to provide free appropriate public education (FAPE)

We help you overcome these challenges to get the literacy results you want and your students deserve. SPELL-Links puts spoken language first,utilizing a speech-to-print approach based on neurobiological brain research. Our methodology and materials focus on developing, connecting, and integrating the different processes and regions of the brain involved in effective reading and writing.  Students first learn how to attend to the sound structure of spoken English words and then learn how to connect sounds, letter patterns, and meanings to develop the reading and writing neural circuits required to read and spell. Strong gains in reading, writing, and spelling using this approach have been well documented in 20 years of clinical and neuroimaging research.    

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Implementing SPELL-Links

Switching to a new literacy solution can seem intimidating. We work alongside school administrators to make the process simple and enjoyable, from concept to rollout and beyond. 

1. Complete the Roadmap

Our simple "Roadmap to Literacy Success" checklist helps you align your school system problems and develop a plan for change.

2. Co-create a Plan

Leverage our experts, resources, materials, and partnerships to build a cohesive cradle-to-college literacy solution.

3. Roll out & See Results

Thoughtfully roll out SPELL-Links products and professional development programming to empower and engage all team members.

4. Achieve Long-term Success

Get the most from your investment in literacy by leveraging our experts, resources, and partnerships to establish and support organizational practices and processes.

We offer support for every step toward literacy success.

We understand how difficult it is to introduce something new while keeping a positive school climate and honoring the work your team has done in the past. There’s a lot of pressure to make the right decisions and ensure teachers and students are performing at their best. 

That’s why we partner with you and offer ongoing support and professional development opportunities throughout the process of change.

Get the SPELL-Links Advantage

  • Improve student outcomes
  • Maximize resources
  • Improve quality of staff and services
  • Gain time and cost efficiencies
  • Build a cohesive, collaborative culture
  • Make a difference in K-12 education with evidence-based practices

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