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Be Inspired with Beasley | Episode Four
Be Inspired with Beasley: A Podcast for Clayton County | Episode Four - “How CCPS Students Are Doing in Literacy"
Posted on 12/11/2020
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Clayton County Public Schools (CCPS) is excited to share with all stakeholders the fourth episode of Superintendent/CEO of Schools featured podcast Be Inspired with Beasley: A Podcast for Clayton County! 

 

Join Dr. Morcease J. Beasley in a discussion of literacy! Literacy encompasses more than just reading and writing, but other components that contribute to the development of our students and the skills they need to be college and career ready. In this episode, Dr. Morcease J. Beasley, Superintendent/CEO of Clayton County Public Schools is joined by Elementary English Language Arts (ELA) Coordinator, Ms. Ebony Brown, Early Learning / Pre-K ELA Coordinator, Dr. Joye Bradley, and 6th-12th grade ELA Coordinator, Ms. Elisar Gray, to address literacy challenges and ways to increase literacy outcomes. Tune in to learn what the data tell us about our students and the wealth of tools and resources available to parents and families that wish to increase literacy among their children.

 

Available now in audio format on BuzzSprout, Spotify, and Apple Podcast, stakeholders will be able to join and/or guide the conversation by submitting questions, comments, and opinions to the podcast@clayton.k12.ga.us email address. The podcast is available to be viewed in video format on CCPS Education Access Channel, Channel 24 (available to Comcast Subscribers residing in Clayton County), on the Channel 24 Webstream, and on CCPS YouTube Channel. All video formats will premier at 2:00 p.m. today, Friday, December 11, 2020.

 

Thank you for your continued support as we are committed to redesigning our school system for a culture of high performance! Sit back, relax, and enjoy Be Inspired with Beasley: A Podcast for Clayton County!