Keys to Literacy supports effective teaching and student literacy skills.
Learning that Lasts
Our delivery model and professional development options support long-term implementation with on-going training, peer coaching, follow up support, and online options.
Bring Us To Your School
“Keys to Literacy truly jump started and redefined the way we teach writing at Cawley Middle School. Our teachers have a common and consistent vocabulary that is shared across grade levels. Keys to Literacy has been instrumental in working with our teachers to design authentic writing experiences for our students. As a result of our work with Keys to Literacy we now have a structure in place with clear expectations for teaching writing.”
— Matt Benson, Principal, Cawley Middle School, Hookset, NH
“We have had a wonderful experience working with KTL. It’s great to have such an engaged think partner when developing high quality PD for educators. From the planning to the delivery, they are organized, committed and are very well received by teachers.”
— Lori Gallivan, Executive Director Curriculum, Instruction & Accountability, Saugus, MA
“Keys to Literacy epitomizes the high-quality service provider. They are innovative, strategic, consistently keeps up with the latest research-based instructional strategies and are the consummate professionals who tailor their work to the needs of your district. By far, one of the best PD providers I have worked with over the past 10 years.”
— Rashaun J. Martin, Social Studies Supervisor, Haverhill Public Schools, MA
“KTL Comprehension is changing the way Burlington teachers are instructing their students. It has brought much-needed consistency to the strategies teachers in grades 6-12 are using in their own content curriculum in all secondary grades. The trainers are knowledgable, energetic, and fun. Most importantly, our teachers are finding the strategies presented to them useful and beneficial to all students.”
— Renee Sacco, District Literacy Coach, Burlington, MA
“KTL PD has gotten rave reviews from our teachers. The best thing about it is that the strategies that teachers are learning is that they can be utilized in any discipline.”
— Patrick Larkin, Assistant Superintendent for Learning, Burlington Public Schools, MA