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Our Story

Reading Alberta empowers educators and administrators with free tools for seamless implementation of Alberta’s ELA curriculum in K-3. With extensive expertise in evidence-based structured literacy, our founders draw from decades of research and practical classroom success.

Having personally utilized this method and accumulated 40 years of combined experience in public, separate, and private school systems in Calgary, we understand the vital role of support. Through our Tier 3 practices and specialized literacy interventions, we've conducted professional development sessions across Western Canada.

As a non-profit organization, Reading Alberta serves as your independent hub, offering guidance, professional development, and resources. Our commitment to structured literacy is unwavering, transcending politics, ensuring your confidence in guiding students toward proficiency and confidence in reading.



Opening Doors Through Literacy

At Reading Alberta, our mission is to break down barriers to literacy for individuals facing socio-economic disadvantages and limited access to traditional educational resources.


Focused on both children and adults, we are dedicated to providing tailored reading programs that instill confidence, unlock potential, and pave the way for a brighter future.


By fostering a love for learning and literacy, we aim to empower every individual, regardless of their circumstances, to thrive in their personal and professional lives.

A World Where Literacy Transforms Lives

Our vision at Reading Alberta is to create a world where literacy is a catalyst for positive change.


We envision a society where individuals, regardless of their background, have equal opportunities to access quality education and literacy resources.


Through our programs, we aspire to build a community that values and celebrates the transformative power of literacy.


Our vision is a future where every person, young and old, can navigate the written word with confidence, unlocking a world of possibilities and contributing meaningfully to their communities.


49% of the adult population scored below high-school literacy levels

Canadians who struggle with literacy are more than twice as likely to experience unemployment

More than one in six Canadians do not pass the most basic set of literacy tests

Approximately half of Canadian adults cannot understand information in lengthy and complex texts

Board Members

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