Scholastic introduced FACE at a Symposium attended by leaders of school systems and literacy-focused organizations from across the country in New York City on October 20, 2011.
The Scholastic FACE Symposium was an interactive conference that unveiled new research and presented strategies that focus on connecting schools, families, and communities to advance student success.
Highlighting the most recent outcomes in child development research, the FACE Symposium reviewed innovative strategies and inspired dialogue around ways to transform the educational landscape – ensuring that all children from birth through high school are able to develop and thrive.
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Research — The 21st Century Student: The Imperative of Supporting Childhood Resilience
Yale and Scholastic Research Project on Family and Childhood Resilience Executive Summary.
The body of published research supporting the efficacy of the Reach Out and Read model and chart of developmental milestones of early literacy and what parents can do during these milestones.
Families As First Teachers
The parental involvement in kid's education is one of the most important factors influencing the education of our children. The Eagle Academy for Young Men shows how their school is committed to parental involvement.
Comprehensive research by Afterschool Alliance supporting the benefits of after school programs.
Funding & Legislation Updates
Funding updates aligned towards FACE and legislation facts