is a non-profit association based in Sweden. Our work promotes social justice in society and equity in education all over the world.
Reading for Life works towards the goal of democratising education so that all learners are given the best opportunities to develop cognitively, linguistically, socially and emotionally regardless of age, sex, ethnicity or social background and have available a range of options to enable them to participate fully in society.
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Read about Reading for Life's Inaugural Conference!
Reading for Life transforms educational theory and policy into school improvement measures and classroom innovation via:
• teacher professional development,especially in the area of literacy and learning
• professional development for school leaders focusing on whole school improvement;
• support for whole-school development of vision and mission;
• school leadership support;
• coaching of teachers;
• conferences, seminars and presentations;
• the Reading to Learn professional development program
Striking results with new literacy program
It is possible to change the inequality in classrooms. The literacy program Reading to Learn has shown that it is possible for teachers to close the gap between high and low achieving students and to improve the situation for disadvantaged learners. Watch the short video with Dr David Rose, Director of Reading to Learn and read more…
Reading to Learn Network and Conference
November 20-21 , 2014
Open University, United Kingdom
Reading to Learn course next summer (2015)
An intensive Reading to Learn (R2L) Summer Course will be offered in 2015 (8 days over two weeks). It will be presented in English and designed for an international audience but educators in Sweden will of course be very welcome.
Further details about this course will be posted on the website in September 2014.
Skolporten hosts a Reading to Learn day in Gothenburg, Sweden, Oct 23, 2014
Keynote: Dr David Rose, developer of R2L, Australia
Workshops: Ann-Christin Lövstedt & Claire Acevedo, Reading for Life