SC “Read to Succeed” Literacy Courses

SC “Read to Succeed” Literacy Courses

Read to Succeed

Read to Succeed legislation requires that all K-5 teachers complete the Endorsement for R2S Teacher. One pathway to this endorsement is by taking four graduate courses from the options listed below. All middle and high school teachers can meet the R2S requirement by taking R2S Content Reading and Writing for Middle and High School Teachers.

Whether you are a district interested in contracting with Converse or an individual teacher looking for affordable online literacy courses, Converse is a natural fit for literacy teacher education.

Why Converse?

  • Statewide reputation for quality teacher education
  • History of partnership with the South Carolina Department of Education for literacy training
  • Literacy offerings include courses, add-on certifications for Literacy Teacher, Literacy Coach and an Ed.S. in Literacy

For Districts

  • Courses brought to your schools
  • Acclaimed literacy curriculum
  • State-approved literacy instructors

Cost: Contact us for pricing
Contact: 864.596.9220

For Teachers

  • Convenient online courses
  • Experienced, engaged faculty
  • On-campus courses also offered

Cost: $416 per credit hour for online courses
Contact: 864.596.9404


R2S Teacher (K-5)

  • R2S Foundations in Reading (EDU612)
  • R2S Instructional Practices (EDU613)
  • R2S Assessment of Reading (EDU614)
  • R2S Content Reading and Writing for Early Childhood and Elementary Teachers (EDU618)

R2S Requirement (Middle and High School Teachers)

  • R2S Content Reading and Writing for Middle and High School Teachers (EDU525)



Terrell Tracy

Dr. Terrell Tracy

Converse courses in literacy education were designed and established by Dr. Terrell Tracy, recognized leader in literacy education in South Carolina.

“Terrell Tracy is a voice teachers listen to for reasonable, quality information and guidance. Her ‘down-to-earth’ approach appeals to everyone; her credibility comes from research and practice…years of experience working with teachers, for teachers, and as a teacher.”

-Dr. Laura Koskela, Laurens School District 56 Assistant Superintendent for Secondary Education

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