FACE IN ACTION
59,000 NYC Pre-K Students Receive Books
New York City Public Schools students received books to take home this summer. Representatives from the NYC Department of Education are committed to helping students get excited about reading.
Abyssinian Head Start Center of Harlem, 2011
Early Childhood Literacy Program
San Antonio community engages over 50,000 families on reading and building text-rich homes.
Throughout San Antonio, families are being empowered through developmental workshops, literacy resources and parent information on how they can support their children's literacy development beyond the classroom. Families enjoy reading together with their children, creating their own books, and learning more about the community resources available.
San Antonio Public Library Foundation, 2008-11
Read and Rise (Leer da Poder)
Access to Books
16,000 students graded pre K-12 create home libraries.
Thousands of Jeffco students, who represent an underserved population within their community can now create their own home library starting with the eight-book custom take-home packs. The students will avoid the summer slide by reading from their home libraries.
Jeffco Public School District, 2009-2011 District Summer Reading Initiative
Over 5,000 Students a Day learn in Harmonium's Afterschool Enrichment Program.
Serving over 5,000 students per day in grades preK-8th, the Harmonium after school program combines daily innovative literacy curriculums with hands-on materials and activities to support the student's educational success.
San Diego Unified and San Ysidro Unified, 2007-2011
After School Learning
4,035 students mentored in Atlanta
Atlanta City Council President Ceasar Mitchell reads Not Norman by Kelly Bennett to students from Continental Colony and Springdale Park Elementary Schools to kick-off Atlanta's' R.E.A.L. Men Read program.
Atlanta Public Schools, 2011
REAL MEN READ Program