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Title: “Reading School”: recovering learning in the post-COVID
Authors: Ramos, Raquel
Ferreira, Ana Paula
Keywords: Subject::Reading education
Subject::Reading promotion
Issue Date: 4-Oct-2023
Publisher: International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA)
Series/Report no.: 88th IFLA World Library and Information Congress (WLIC), 2023 Rotterdam;Poster Sessions
Abstract: "Reading School" is an action of the School Libraries Network, the National Reading Plan 2027 and the Directorate-General for Education that makes part of the 21|23 School+Plan (“Plano 21I23 Escola+”). This plan, which is the responsibility of the Portuguese Ministry of Education, was designed to support the recovery of learning that was compromised by the pandemic. The 21|23 School+ Plan is organised in 3 areas: Teaching and learning, Supporting educational communities and Knowing and assessing. The "Reading School" integrates the first area and provides schools with the means to support their students: a special budgetary allocation and the assignment of time credit for setting up a team responsible for the project (between 5 and 12 hours). The "Reading School" action, for which 716 schools have applied, and which will end in July 2023, aims to work on reading in a systematic and diversified way, under the supervision of the school library. When applying, schools selected between 3 and 6 of the following activities: Classroom guided reading; Personal reading project; Time to read and think!; Home lending of books; I always have a book with me!; Reading teams/volunteers;
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