References

Don’t just take it from us!  Please feel free to contact any of the School Districts we work with as a reference to their success with Step By Step Learning®.

Step By Step Learning® is dedicated to providing quality Intervention Strategies for Academic Success.  We focus our attention on research and evidence-based solutions that deliver the best results. These best practice,  evidence-based solutions are multi-leveled for teachers to be able to focus on a wide range of students who are struggling.

Quotes from Researchers

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– Dr. Joseph K. Torgesen, former Founding Director of the Florida Center for Reading Research and Distinguished Research Professor of psychology and education at Florida State University.

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– Dr. Louisa C. Moats, author of LETRS®

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– Assistant Superintendent and Director of Elementary Education

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– Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction