What's new at the HIL Project?
HIL offers home-based, family activities!
Did you know that daily life in the home is full of opportunities to engage children in what we call The Four Pillars of Home-based Literacy—Talking, Reading, Thinking, and Writing? Get started today with our large menu of fun family activities that promote HIL Project's Four Pillars of Home-based Literacy!
Check out our remote learning resources !
To support HIL Project school leaders where instruction has shifted to remote, online, or hybrid learning models, the HIL Team has pulled together a set of resources to help leaders implement the High Impact Leadership Principles for School Renewal.
Check out the latest View from the HIL!
Our late summer newsletter offers a glimpse behind the scenes at what makes the HIL Project unique and shares some encouraging stories from HIL Cohort A schools.
What is the HIL Project all about?
We're changing the way school leaders and teachers think, talk, and act to ensure all students learn.
“HIL has become the umbrella of our school improvement efforts, with every component fitting into strengthening literacy and instruction in general.”
–HIL Project school leader
- every child deserves the best possible start in literacy and learning.
- to ensure all children are confident readers by the end of elementary school
- to support all elementary schools in consistent use of high-impact strategies and practices
- the GELN Literacy Essentials with
- research-based high impact leadership principles and practices for school renewal
"Our mission is to tackle the objective of literacy success.…It's a celebration to help build professionals."
"'We’re in this together.’
There’s nothing more inspiriting than hearing that kind of energy coming from a classroom teacher. We know that’s where the difference is made. What we really think is happening? [The HIL Project] is restoring hope."
Partnership is the key to our success!
Based in Lawton, this small business helped us laser cut fabric for dozens of home-sewn, clear-window face masks for HIL Project personnel.
Teaching children to
read is no easy task
A two-part primer shows why:
Follow us on Social Media!