LETRS-EC: 2 Day Application Training
Friday, March 5, 2021

Registration open through 3/4/2021 5:00 PM Mountain Time (US & Canada)

If you are an Educational Assistant, and you DO NOT have a Bachelors in either Early Childhood, Elementary or Special Education, DO NOT REGISTER FOR THIS TRAINING.

Units 1 and 2 must be completed before Day 1 of your Application Training. Modules 3 and 4 must be completed before Day 2 of your Application Training.

Training dates are scheduled for 8:30-3:30.

March 5th and March 12th

Successful completion of the LETRS-Early Childhood training online modules requires a post-test score of 80% or higher. For those teachers or administrators who would like to become facilitators of this training, a score of 90% or higher is required to access Facilitator Training. We are happy to offer a retest opportunity for persons who scored below 80%. Please contact hmeyer@crecnm.org.

There is also a possibility that a score of 80% or higher on the post-test may qualify licensed teachers to add a reading endorsement on an early childhood teaching license in the future. This will require a rule change, so may take some time. When this is accomplished, PED will provide the process to submit for the endorsement.

LETRS-EC is also approved professional development for educational assistants who hold a bachelor’s degree in elementary, early childhood, or special education. If you are an EA and you DO NOT meet this qualification, DO NOT REGISTER FOR THIS TRAINING.


Jana Frost is a lifelong educator, with 29 years in the elementary classroom. She has been an assistant principal and for 8 years was the Head Teacher for Logan Elementary School. For 4 years, Jana was the Regional Reading Specialist supporting reading instruction in 10 rural school districts in Eastern New Mexico. 

Jana is currently an independent literacy consultant, and conducts professional development around the state for Early Childhood LETRS, LETRS Foundations and CORE (Consortium on Reaching Excellence); training specific to brain research and effective research-based instructional strategies.




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