read by 4th

Citywide program works with families at home and in neighborhood libraries.
All kindergarten through 3rd-grade students will receive up to three free books every month through the nonprofit BookTrust, with a grant from the William Penn Foundation,
The group is bringing attention to a need for systematic teaching of phonics and language.
The program is an example of using everyday activities to promote literacy in young children.
The mayor joined the school board at Muñoz-Marin. Councilwoman Helen Gym spent time with an undocumented woman and her children, who are taking sanctuary in a church.
The goal is to align systems and motivate families to stress early literacy. The city’s program is a pioneer.
The Free Library kicked off a summer reading program to combat illiteracy and encourage safe and educational summer fun.
“People underestimate how complicated it is” to teach children how to read, a District official said. Yet it is a crucial job.
The District has partnered with the group to put 10 community ambassadors in six North Philadelphia elementary schools.
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