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Mathematics
Sadlier Math Grades K–6
Core Program
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Renaissance
Progress in Mathematics Grades K–6
Core Program
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Renaissance
Progress in Mathematics
Grades 7–8+
Progress Mathematics Grades K–8
National Program
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Common Core
New York
New Jersey
Critical Thinking for Active Math Minds
Grades 3–6
Preparing for Standards Based Assessments
Grades 7–8
Vocabulary
Vocabulary Workshop, Tools for Comprehension Grades 1–5
Print Program
Interactive Edition
Vocabulary Workshop Achieve Grades 6–12+
Print Program
Interactive Edition
Vocabulary Workshop, Tools for Excellence Grades 6–12+
Print Program
Interactive Edition
Vocabulary for Success
Grades 6–10
Building an Enriched Vocabulary
Grades 9–12
English Language Arts
Progress English Language Arts Grades K–8
National Program
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Common Core
New York
New Jersey
Grammar & Writing
Grammar Workshop, Tools for Writing
Grades 3–5
Grammar for Writing
Grades 6–12
Writing a Research Paper
Grades 6–12
Writing Workshop
Grades 6–12
Grammar & Writing for Standardized Tests
Grades 9–12
Reading
Close Reading of Complex Texts Grades 3–8
Print Program
Interactive Edition
Sadlier Phonics
Grades K–3
From Phonics to Reading
Grades K–3

Meet the Author of
From Phonics to Reading

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Wiley Blevins

Wiley Blevins is the author of Sadlier’s new From Phonics to Reading for Grades K–3. This program is a comprehensive foundational skills program that incorporates 7 Key Characteristics of Strong Phonics Instruction. Embedded professional development along with a critical review and repetition cycle make early reading mastery possible for every student.

Wiley Blevins has taught elementary school in both the United States and South America. A graduate of Harvard Graduate School of Education, he has written over 15 books for teachers (including Phonics from A to Z, A Fresh Look at Phonics, Building Fluency, and Teaching Nonfiction), authored elementary reading programs, conducted research on topics ranging from fluency to using decodable text, and regularly trains teachers throughout the United States and Asia. His current interests include using adaptive technology and working with districts to correct instructional and material deficits. Wiley lives in New York City and also writes children’s books.

Click to learn more from Wiley Blevins:

7 Key Characteristics of Strong Phonics Instruction eBook

10 Common Causes of Phonics Instruction Failure eBook

A Research Study on the Effects of Using Decodable Texts with Systematic Phonics Instruction

Meeting the Challenges of Early Literacy Phonics Instruction, ILA Leadership Brief

Influential Reading Group Makes It Clear: Students Need Systematic, Explicit Phonics, EdWeek

Wiley Blevins
wbny@aol.com