Welcome back to a new school year!

We ​wish all our Cohort A facilitators, principals, and teacher-leaders a year of successful implementation of high-impact leadership strategies. And we wish students a year of joyful learning experiences and literacy success! 

​We are also excited to welcome Cohort B school leaders on board! Watch for news and updates!

“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

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Changing the way school leaders and teachers think, talk, and act to ensure all students learn.

About the HIL Project

WE BELIEVE…

  • ​every child deserves the best possible start in literacy and learning.

WE WORK…

  • 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

WE FUSE…

  • ​the GELN Literacy Essentials with
  • ​research-based high impact leadership principles and practices for school renewal  

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"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."

HIL Project featured in the Spring 2019 W Magazine!

The HIL Project received some welcome recognition through a 4-page feature article in Western Michigan University's W Magazine. The story introduces HIL Project leaders and their professional passion for literacy and leadership. It provides a concise look at the HIL Project goals and model, and features the voices of Project facilitators and school leaders.

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