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Promoting the Importance of Early Literacy to Families with Young Children

The work is hands-on and on-the-ground as the Early Literacy Strategy Group lets families know that singing, playing, reading, talking, smiling, and snuggling with children, starting from birth, are important aspects of early literacy.

Strategy Activities

The team is working with local schools and has developed a curriculum for high school students to learn about early literacy and develop presentations to pass the information along to other students.

The group is also taking the message on the road with the Early Literacy Roadshow Kit, which contains no cost/low cost ideas to help adults engage with children.

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Partners

Lance Chilton
University of New Mexico Hospital
Janelle Cole
UNM Family Development Program
Elizabeth Exil
United Way of Central New Mexico
Dan Gerry
WAVE Foundation
Diana Good
Dept. of Health - Health Promotion
Debbie Hassi
Albuquerque/Bernalillo County Library 
Tara Henderson
Explora
Derek Kuit
Center for Education Policy Research/Mission: Graduate
Tracy McDaniel
Mission: Graduate
Huong Nguyen
NM Asian Family Center
Betsey Swan
Kuan Tikkun
Rio Communities Economic Development
Teri Wimborne
Mission: Graduate