Voyager Passport® is a research-proven intervention solution for students in grades K–5. Through a blended, teacher-led format, students receive explicit and systematic instruction in the five essential components of reading, plus language and writing. Voyager Passport accelerates student literacy achievement by targeting critical skills and providing strategies learners need to become fluent, on-level readers.
Voyager Passport is a comprehensive supplemental reading intervention program that provides struggling readers with explicit instruction, corrective feedback, and more time on task to master critical reading skills.
Proven Solution with Evidence for ESSA Rating of “Strong”
Voyager Passport earned the highest rating of “Tier 1: Strong" as outlined by ESSA evidence standards. These standards were created to guide educators in identifying proven solutions that show improved student outcomes.
Voyager Passport follows a strategic approach consistent with how students learn to read. It concentrates on priority skills starting with phonemic awareness and phonics, then builds to vocabulary and comprehension.
Materials and lesson plans are easy to implement and support the teacher in delivering high-quality reading instruction with professional development provided at the point of use.
The instructional routine incorporates purposeful skills progression with abundant opportunities to extend, differentiate, or accelerate instruction, maximizing instructional time.
Designed around 30-minute lessons, Voyager Passport is easy to incorporate into your existing schedule. It can be used to support any core reading program in a variety of implementation models (in-class, pull-out, extended-day, tutoring, and more).
In addition to the teacher-guided workbook and fluency readers, students can access online resources including an interactive eBook, formative assessments, sound library, handwriting videos, and fluency audio recordings.
Educators have access to an Online Teacher Center complete with resources like take-home readers, graphic organizers, handwriting lessons, videos, activities, program-planning materials, and more.
Unparalleled Impact on Student Learning
Research- and evidence-based, Voyager Passport enhances any core reading program and strategically targets priority reading skills to accelerate the performance of students reading below grade level. Read more about the research behind Voyager Passport.
Voyager Passport gives students ample time for fluency practice through both fluency books and Reading Rangers, an online journey-based program. Reading Rangers is an independent reading practice program that is designed to strengthen foundational reading skills, improve vocabulary acquisition, and increase fluency resulting in improved comprehension. Included with Voyager Passport, it is a great supplemental tool for all students to practice reading skills.
Sound Walls in Your Classroom: The Pathway to Reading Fluency
How do sound walls support the science of reading? Do you know how to best use a sound wall to get your students reading successfully? How can you improve the sound wall you’re already using? Literacy and sound wall expert Dr. Mary Dahlgren will help you build a thorough understanding of how to use a sound wall, implementation tips, and more—everything you need to know and why.
Making Small-Group Instruction Work in the Elementary Classroom
Small-group instruction during literacy block is an effective way to provide targeted intervention for students who need extra support in foundational literacy skills. Read how third-grade teacher Hannah Irion-Frake supports student learning by using assessment data to inform planning, as well as what has worked well in her classroom for small-group planning and implementation.
Case Study: MiSsion Acceleration Program and Voyager Passport
The MiSsion Acceleration Program is an academic assistance model—a pilot program for high-dosage tutoring—designed to help 1,000 children across the state of Mississippi accelerate their reading growth by providing personalized reading support to help overcome the loss of academic instructional time due to COVID-19. This $2.2 million project is backed by GEER funds, with the program being 100 percent free to Mississippi families.
We are committed to a long-term partnership with every district that implements our solutions. Districts can choose from a menu of training and support options including in-person, online, or a combination of both. Our Customer Success Managers can work with your district to craft a customized plan to meet your district’s specific needs.