Presented by


Clark Jackson

Structured Literacy:  Creating a Culture of Collaboration

DeJunne’ Clark Jackson, M.A., M.A.T., M.Ed., CALT, LDT, serves as President at The Center for Literacy & Learning. She is an educational professional with well over a decade of experience in education. DeJunne’s current leadership includes serving as President of The Reading League Louisiana and state leader of Decoding Dyslexia Louisiana. DeJunne’ has the honor of being selected to the Louisiana Department of Education’s Dyslexia Bulletin 1903 Workgroup, Louisiana Literacy Advisory Commission, and Special Education Advisory Panel. She is the co-author of The Speech Language Pathologist’s Guide to Dyslexia and the founder of Learning Fundamentals Educational Therapy & Consulting. DeJunne’ is a Certified Academic Language Therapist, a national AET Educational Therapist, and an education advocate.


5:00 pm
Thursday, November 9, 2023

Structured Literacy: Creating a Culture of Collaboration

Structured Literacy:  Creating a Culture of Collaboration

(DeJunne’ Clark Jackson)

This session will allow participants to explore ways to Equip students with the literacy skills necessary to be successful learners through the use of evidence-based reading instructional practices; Empower parents and families with the knowledge essential to become well-informed participants in the decision-making process; and Provide educators with the appropriate tools and information critical to effectively teach and reach students. Hearing and assembling the experiences of each of these stakeholders is critical to building a collaborative and inclusive education culture. Each stakeholder plays a vital role in the discovery, identification, and intervention stages of literacy development. When a student struggles, the collective can come together to find solutions, working toward the common and agreed-upon goal – student success!