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313Reads Work and History in Crain’s Detroit!

Early literacy supporters look to get on same page as 3rd-grade requirement looms Crain’s Detroit explores the different approaches to support kids in reading at grade level by grade three through the city and lifts up the work and history of 313Reads! Read the article here!

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Digital Reading Resources Guide

313Reads worked with our Summer and Out of School Time Learning Table Co-Chairs, Kim Johnson and Andrea Meyer, to bring you this Digital Reading Resources Guide! View the list here. Literacy equity means equitable access to reading resources for families. This means both digital resources and physical books. Read this post to learn about partnering ...

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Partnering with Kiwanis to Bring Books to Families

First photo is Jerry Jones of Kiwanis. Third photo is Langston van Belle and Emma Repay – 1st and 2nd graders at the Boggs School in Detroit. 313Reads is committed to distributing books to program providers. Reading is Fundamental (RIF) released a report stating that following a “national survey of nearly 1,0000 educators, parents, and ...

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