2022 New Mexico

PR Award #
Grantee Name
New Mexico Public Education Department Special Education Division
Project Title
Santa Fe
New Mexico
Project Director
Lisa Creecy
Project Director Email


The purpose of the ECLIPSE program is to increase learning and development for students with disabilities in Pre-K through Grade 2 regarding structured literacy by supporting districts and schools to engage in evidenced- based professional development. This will be accomplished by–

  1. supporting effective implementation of structured literacy through an evidenced-based coaching framework,
  2. collaborating with partners and stakeholders to support effective implementation of structured literacy,
  3. providing leadership learning on effectively supporting the implementation of evidence-based coaching, and
  4. providing parent/family members ways to support students’ understanding of structured literacy outside of classroom settings.

The ECLIPSE project will support implementation of Structured Literacy™ which includes culturally appropriate systems change by working collaboratively across agencies to align efforts. Diverse perspectives are ensured through a network improvement community established to engage statewide partners. ECLIPSE will use the Practice-Based Coaching framework and provide professional development to district cohorts across project years. Schools selected to engage in the project will receive high-quality professional development and build their coaching practices to support implementation of Structured Literacy™. Participating schools’ teachers will receive coaching. School and district leaders will implement plans to ensure sustainability. Families will engage in literacy learning opportunities.

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