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LITERACY RESOURCES

 

Great Books Foundation
The Great Books Foundation home page offers information about training and materials for the Junior Great Books reading and discussion program and for adult great books discussion groups.

 

National Center for Family Literacy
By providing professional development services, research and policy analysis, NCFL annually trains more than 5,000 practitioners and reaches thousands more through its advocacy efforts, working to expand the literacy opportunities for all families nationwide.

 

National Children's Book and Literacy Alliance
The main goal of the NCBLA is to make issues related to young peoples literacy, literature, and libraries an ongoing priority on our national agenda. The NCBLA acts as a freelance nonpartisan advocate creating and developing special projects and events that promote literacy, literature, and libraries and educate the public about practical literacy solutions.

 

National Spelling Bee
The National Spelling Bee official website has information about past contests; lessonplans, reference guides and study aids.

 

Raising a Reader
The Raising A Reader mission is to foster healthy brain development, parent-child bonding, and early literacy skills critical for school success by engaging parents in a routine of daily book cuddling with their children from birth to age five. The mission addresses a national need for effective early literacy programs.

 

Reading is Fundamental
The official website of Reading is Fundamental keeps visitors up to date with RIF projects and offers reading tips and booklists for parents and teachers.

 

Reading Rockets
Reading Rockets is a national multimedia project offering information and resources on how young kids learn to read, why so many struggle, and how caring adults can help. The Reading Rockets project is comprised of PBS television programs, available on videotape and DVD; online services, including the web sites ReadingRockets.org and ColorinColorado.org; and professional development opportunities.

Educational Book & Media Association is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization.

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