Active Learning Leads to Literacy Program (ALLL P-8), uses drama, visual arts, music, creative movement, games, and storytelling to improve the literacy skills of young learners from kindergarten to eighth grade. ALLL has been recognized as a model for successful teaching by the USDOE and the leaders of the New York City Department of Education.
ALLL’s hands-on, multisensory, arts-based teaching strategies have been shown to help students improve their literacy skills. New York University’s research has shown that ALLL's K-2 students outperform their peers on 87% of the 23 literacy skills tested.
In addition to helping students, LeAp provides professional development workshops that model
ALLL’s innovative techniques for use in the classroom.