Imagine Growing up
Ashamed of Your Mind

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According to the U.S. Department of Education more than 60% of all K-12 students are reading below the level of proficiency required for the brain-work of reading to be transparent to the mind-work of learning at the grade level they are in.

Obviously, reading is the skill that matters most to success in school and children who fall behind in reading are in great academic danger. But it is not just the lack of reading skills that most endangers these children. It’s the collateral damage to their faith in their ability to learn – it’s the MIND-SHAME.

Kids Describe Public Shame of Reading Difficulties


Kids describe reading out loud in their classrooms.

8-18 – The Hechinger Report published a “Future of Learning” story on the Magic Ladder.

4-18 – Language Magazine published our article: “Revolutionize Reading Instruction!