Nonprofit Groups Prepare to Launch Literacy Programs

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JEROME • Only one-fourth of Jerome kindergartners start school with the literacy skills they need. “Instead of being able to really address grade-level standards, we spend a lot of time getting kids up to grade level,” said Jerome School District curriculum director Janet Avery.


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Early Childhood Literacy Grant to Help Chldren in Idaho

The National Children's Reading Foundation awarded Idaho AEYC with a grant to build early childhood literacy programs in South Central Idaho. The READY! For Kindergarten and READ Up programs will provide free workshops and resources for 200 low-income families with children up to age five. Read our press release.

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April 24-25, 2015

EIAEYC Early Childhood Conference, Friday and Saturday, April 24th and 25th, 2015   Learn more ›

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