Rowland Reading Foundation is a nonprofit organization created in 2003 by Pleasant Rowland for the purpose of improving reading instruction in the primary grades. The Foundation conducted extensive research into effective instruction in classrooms and developed the K–2 Superkids Reading Program for distribution to American schools.
In 2015, Zaner-Bloser became the publisher of Superkids, ensuring that the beloved program will be available to schools for years to come.
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"Teaching children to read in the primary grades is the most urgent task in education today."
Pleasant T. Rowland, Founder, Rowland Reading Foundation