Mission StatementThe Portland Reading Council is dedicated to imparting the value of literacy, increasing the understanding of literacy and promoting equitable access to reading and writing in schools and the community. We provide a forum for teachers and community members to explore current literacy theories and practices, thus enhancing the teaching of reading and writing, and promoting lifelong literacy.
Would you like to host a professional book group at your school? We have $100 available to off-set the price of books, purchase snacks, etc. One graduate credit is available for $55 from Seattle Pacific University. Learn more and download … Continue reading
We are thrilled to announce an opportunity for aspiring educators and literacy leaders. Junior, senior or graduate students currently enrolled in courses at an accredited university or college pursuing a degree, certificate, or endorsement with a focus on reading (including … Continue reading
We are honored to announce the leadership team of the Portland Reading Council for the new school year. Officers include: Co-Presidents Kari Montgomery and Trish Pazdalski; Secretary Amy Morinville; Treasurer Laura Bush; and Membership Director Penny Plavala
Join/renew now Benefits of membership include: Dual membership in the Portland Reading Council and the Oregon State Literacy Association (OSLA) Reduced registration fees for the OSLA Literacy Conference and local workshops Funding and graduate credit for Teachers As Readers Book … Continue reading