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FCRR Launches Powerful New Resource Database

The new database pulls together over 650 materials from across the Center’s numerous projects, grants, and contracts.

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FCRR’s Christine Lopez Recognized as One of FSU's Student Employees of the Year

FCRR student Christine Lopez has received the 2020 FSU Student Employee of the Year Mores Award.

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Sonia Cabell Receives 2020 Robert M. Gagné Research Award

FCRR researcher and Assistant Professor in the School of Teacher Education Dr. Sonia Cabell has received the 2020 Robert M. Gagné Research Award.

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FCRR Announces Three-Year Partnership with Leon County Schools

FCRR is proud to announce READ UP, a new research-practice partnership with Leon County Schools (LCS) to improve reading achievement and student success.

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FCRR Partners with Irish Tech Firm SoapBox for Child Literacy Project

FCRR has announced a partnership with SoapBox Labs to create and deliver assessments that could transform how young children learn to read.

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FCRR Aims to Train Next Generation of Reading Disabilities and Dyslexia Researchers

Florida Center for Reading Research Associate Director Dr. Nicole Patton Terry has received a $1.1 million, five-year grant to prepare the next generation of reading disabilities and dyslexia (RDD) researchers.

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HBCU Conference Spurs Partnership, Insight, and Future Success

Dr. La’Tara Osborne Lampkin, Senior Research Associate at FCRR, attended the annual Historically Black Colleges and Universities Week Conference.

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FCRR Faculty Attends First Nigerian Centre for Reading Research and Development Conference

FCRR Associate Director Dr. Nicole Patton Terry delivered the keynote presentation at the inaugural National Reading Conference at Bayero University, Kano. The conference was a capstone event for the new Nigeria Centre for Reading Research and Development (NCRRD), created to strengthen the country’s ability to provide high-quality education and improve children’s reading skills.

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Quantitative Methodology and Innovation Announces New Website

The Quantitative Methodology and Innovation (QMI) division, through multi-disciplinary collaborations, aims to partner with researchers, government agencies, and private companies to support scientific inquiry with rigorous research design, data analysis, and innovation in quantitative methods and assessment.

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FCRR Researcher Joins Cohort of Florida State University Early Career Scholars

FCRR researcher and Assistant Professor of Special Education Dr. Laura Steacy has been awarded a 2019 Institute of Education Sciences (IES) Early Career grant. Steacy will receive $500,000 over the next four years to conduct research on ways to support students with learning disabilities, including the development of instructional supports for students with dyslexia.

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