Results Word Recognition & Fluency

CRLP Open Institute

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Learn how Results: Foundational Skills Can Help K-5 Educators Equip Striving Readers With Reading Success!

This 3-day institute is organized around three key elements: standards-aligned assessment, teamwork and data analysis, and research-based instruction. This latest iteration of CRLP Results (2021) has been revised to highlight the latest research around the Science of Reading, including current assessments and interventions that support the implementation of the Common Core Foundational Skills standards. The focus of CRLP Results is on helping teachers make sound instructional decisions about students who are not proficient on benchmark assessments of grade-level ELA content standards.

NOTE: This institute will be in-person.

Institute Information


August 7-8 & September 13, 2023 from 8:00 - 3:30PM


The Conference Center at UCI Research Park

Registration Fee

$1,080 per participant

Registration Deadline

July 28 , 2023

Institute materials and breakfast will be provided. Participants will be responsible for bringing or purchasing their own lunch.

Venue Information

The Conference Center at UCI Research Park

Herb & Ranch Café - located next door to our meeting space; access information and menu


Registration deadline: August 2, 2023

About CRLP

The mission of the California Reading and Literature Project (CRLP) is to provide transformative professional learning in Reading/Literacy. Our professional learning centers educators as learners and leaders to ensure that every CA student receives high-quality, rigorous comprehensive literacy instruction that is responsive to their identities, assets, and needs.

The UC Irvine/Orange County CRLP region is part of a network of California Reading and Literature Projects across California. CRLP is also a part of a statewide professional development network comprised of the nine disciplines required for university admission (UC and CSU) and graduation from high school. Together we form the California Subject Matter Projects.