Lessons In Literacy How To Raise A Reader

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You want to raise a reader. That much you know. But how? That’s the $20,000 question. You could probably spend that $20,000 on how-to books for you, readers for your child, flash cards and other accessories, and specialized reading programs promoting every possible avenue to full literacy. You could, but you don’t have to do […]


How To Raise A Reader Lessons In Literacy

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You want to raise a reader. That much you know. But how? That’s the $20,000 question. You could probably spend that $20,000 on how-to books for you, readers for your child, flash cards and other accessories, and specialized reading programs promoting every possible avenue to full literacy. You could, but you don’t have to do […]


Masonic Reflections Freemasons And Literacy

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Bremerton Lodge #117, F.& A.M. was the recipient of the Jen Southworth Community Service Award presented by The Literacy Council of Kitsap on their Annual Student/Volunteer Recognition Event on Wed, Jan 26th 2004. The Honor Night is an annual tradition of the Literacy Council that was sponsored this year by Bremerton Lodge #117 and the […]


Boston Schools Benefit From The Readboston Program

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Literacy is a problem across the nation; and with the influx of many poorly educated immigrants, the problem is only getting worse. The city of Boston has done something about it, and partners with the Boston schools for one phase of its implementation. In 1995, Mayor Thomas M. Menino founded the ReadBoston project to address […]


Virginia Schools Focus On Literacy Problem

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Literacy has always been a problem for school systems throughout the United States. In the past, however, the impact was minimal compared to today’s workplace, which requires an ever-higher level of literacy to achieve success. Good reading skills are the foundation for students in any subject. You cannot learn mathematics or science without being able […]


The Tenets Of Financial Literacy

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At the turn of the millennium, more people are starting to realize that the world is wealthy. The power of today’s system allows one to find ways to achieve financial freedom without the critical essence of hard work. With smart work, there is a different sense and approach to life. Sadly, the current educational system […]


Young Adults Need To Seek Wealth Literacy Not Financial Literacy

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Today there is much talk about how young adults are financially illiterate as if financial literacy were adequate to build wealth. Millions of people have read one of the best financial literacy books out there “Rich Dad,Poor Dad” yet there is a loss of translation somewhere between the sound principles of financial literacy and their […]


Arizona Schools Focus On Literacy

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Teaching a child to read is the foremost goal of any school. Some would say it’s the most important thing anyone will ever learn; this is most definitely true. Schools across the nation strive to achieve excellence in reading education, known as literacy to those in the biz. These institutes of learning want to turn […]


Education Teaching Language Acquisition

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Brenda Geier K-12 Reading Specialist – The research tells us that with the support of parents, caregivers, and early childhood educators, as well as exposure to a literacy-rich environment, children progress from emergent to conventional reading. By interacting through reading aloud and conversation, children are exposed to learning early. It is very important to read […]


The Problem Of Illiteracy

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In general terms, illiteracy is an inability to use language — an inability to read, write, listen and speak. Today, it is usually taken to mean being unable to read and write at a level adequate for written communication or at a level that will allow an individual to function at certain levels of society. […]