Mo. community group, schools focus on early literacy

09/2/2013 | Joplin Globe (Mo.), The

A nonprofit educational advocacy group called Bright Futures Joplin in Missouri is developing a community-based early-literacy program called Reading Matters that aims to improve early-childhood literacy. The city's school system is launching efforts as well -- among them, providing e-readers to preschool, kindergarten and first-grade classrooms and making the devices available for students to use at home.

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