Blended Literacy Scorecard: How can you strengthen your school or district’s approach to personalized literacy?

Take our quiz to find out.

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At ThinkCERCA, we're passionate about personalized literacy. And with good reason. When students engage in reading, writing, and argumentation across subjects, they are more likely to become college- and career-ready.

Just ask Fayette County Schools, a suburban district south of Atlanta. Within one year of implementing personalized literacy across its five middle schools, student saw dramatic gains on the Georgia Milestones.   

To help determine how your school or district can strengthen its approach to personalized literacy, we've created this Blended Literacy Scorecard. This 5-minute quiz will help you identify where you're succeeding as well as areas of improvement. Once we've generated your score, we'll share quick tips and resources for taking your blended literacy program to the next level.

Elizabeth Riley Boyer

Elizabeth Riley Boyer

Elizabeth Riley Boyer is an experienced journalist, digital content strategist, and operations manager. Prior to joining ThinkCERCA, she was part of the founding team at Impact Engine, Chicago’s first social impact investment fund and accelerator. As Impact Engine’s Director of Operations & Communications, Elizabeth oversaw the company’s overall processes, day-to-day planning and finances, curriculum development, marketing strategy, and community outreach.

Elizabeth also spent three years at Chicago magazine, most recently as its Digital Engagement Editor, where she managed the organization’s social media and reader engagement initiatives. Elizabeth also works as a freelance content strategist, writer, and communications consultant. Her recent writings on impact entrepreneurship have been featured by the Huffington Post and Crain’s Chicago Business.

In 2007, Elizabeth helped open a private school for underprivileged children while volunteering for a nonprofit organization in the Dominican Republic. This experience inspired her to quit a paper-pushing job at an insurance brokerage firm to pursue a master’s degree in journalism from Northwestern University. Elizabeth also holds a bachelor’s degree in American studies from the University of Texas at Austin.