Cancel Literature Discussion


Join the California Reading & Literature Project in a discussion of how to address the content that is presented in some classic children's literature.

CRLP BAR Society – Boisterous. Audacious. Readers


One-session, free online book discussion. If you enjoy critical literacy and the opportunity to discuss literature connected to our current social climate, then join us as a Boisterous. Audacious. Reader.

Transforming Literacy: Reclaiming our Why


Free half-day conference focusing on how we can use literacy to make things better for our students, to be more inclusive, more student-centered, and more innovative than ever before. Sponsored by the CRLP Statewide Office and the CSU Fresno Regional Site of CRLP.

CRLP Teacher Leader Book Study


We will collaborate using the latest research and social justice standards to benefit and improve literacy instruction for all, specifically BIPOC students.

Reading Warrior Series


3-day series on the art and science of reading. Each session will be led by an expert in the field of reading. They will be sharing the newest updates for supporting our students in learning to read, social justice for reading, and the power of reading.

CRLP Invitational Leadership Institute – Apply by Nov. 1


The invitational leadership institute is an opportunity for strong instructional leaders to continue their professional learning while being a member of a Statewide professional learning and development organization. We invite you to join other educators from various districts as we continue to learn and fine-tune our profession. Please complete the application by November 1.

Imagine If…Powering Learning Through Creativity and the Arts

Carnesale Commons

Join us for a free one-day convening inspired by the teachings of Sir Ken Robinson and the promise of Prop. 28. This conference will bring together K-12 teachers, arts educators, principals, district leaders, and museum and community arts partners to learn together, make connections, and co-construct actionable ways to enact the promise of Prop. 28.