March is Reading Month on Facebook

Posted by Becky Carlton on March 14, 2018
March is Reading Month is widely celebrated in schools across the nation. It is always a great way to focus students on literacy and create a sense of FUN around learning and reading! It is also another great way to engage your Michigan Senate and House lawmakers during the month of March and [...]
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Topics: Equitable Funding, March is Reading, Reading

7 Things to Know about 3rd Grade Reading!

Posted by Dan Quisenberry on September 26, 2017
It’s been a busy summer and although school is back in session, third grade reading has been a common question from educators across Michigan. The new law aims at ensuring schools are doing what they can to get students proficient in reading by the end of third grade.  Additionally, when students [...]
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Topics: Reading, Literacy

6 Simple Tips to Keep Your Child Reading this Summer

Posted by Guest Author on June 15, 2017
Keeping your child reading over the summer is not always an easy task.   If your child reads over the summer, they will maintain or gain reading skills, keeping them at or above grade level. If your child doesn’t read over the summer, they are likely to lose reading skills, giving them the [...]
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Topics: Reading, Literacy

March is Reading Month!

Posted by Guest Author on March 1, 2017
As you may or may not know, every March the nation gets together to celebrate March is Reading. The month of March is dedicated to literacy as a way to recognize and honor the birthday of Mr. Ted Grisel, otherwise known as the famous Dr. Seuss! Dr. Seuss was born on March 2nd, 1904 and as a way to [...]
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Topics: March is Reading, Reading