NC Partnership for Children Expands Reach Out and Read

President Cindy Watkins talked to WPTF about the work that the Smart Start network is doing to expand Reach Out and Read, an early literacy program, across the state.  Listen to the clip.

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NC Partnership for Children Expands Reach Out and Read

President Cindy Watkins talked to WPTF about the work that the Smart Start network is doing to expand Reach Out and Read, an early literacy program, across the state.  Listen to the clip.

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NC Partnership for Children Expands Reach Out And Read Over $67,000 Awarded to 14 Smart Start Partnerships Across NC

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Date: January 8, 2015 Contact: Heather Strickland, hstrickland@smartstart.org, 919-821-9564 RALEIGH, NC—The North Carolina Partnership for Children (NCPC) announced the award of $67,500 to Smart Start partnerships across North Carolina to expand work through the early literacy program Reach...

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New Resources for Pathways to Grade-Level Reading

Shared Measures of Success to Put North Carolina Children on a Pathway to Grade-Level Reading is a new report that outlines the research basis behind the NC Pathways to Grade-Level Reading Measures of Success Framework: http://buildthefoundation.org/2017/06/new-report-outlines-research-behind-measures-that-move-the-needle-on-third-grade-reading/. Also, Pathways is inviting people and organizations...

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Reach Out & Read 2016 Results

Over 40,000 Books Given to Children Through Smart Start and Reach Out & Read Recent Report Says Parents Participating in the Program Are More Likely to be Reading with Young Children – A recent report shows that a statewide partnership...

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Smart Start Brand Identity

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fabrikONE™ Course and Resource Listing

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Expanding Early Literacy

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NC Candidates for Governor Talk About Education

From the Public School Forum of NC: Governor Candidates Q&A The Public School Forum recently reached out to candidates running in the November 2012 General Election for the office of Governor, Lieutenant Governor, and State Superintendent of Public Instruction asking...

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Talking about early childhood education in North Carolina

Today’s News & Observer includes an op-ed challenging North Carolina’s gubernatorial candidates to speak to early childhood education issues as part of their campaigns and specifically to devote a portion of at least one debate to the topic. As Dr....

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