By KRN Admin

April 10, 2017

Happily Ever After: Lessons from Reading Fables

As an adult, when you hear about fables, you very often can point to a clear lesson you once learned from one. You may even find yourself repeating the lesson–or moral–like a mantra to yourself as you go about your day. Slow and steady wins the race. One good turn deserves another. Birds of a […]

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By KRN Admin

March 27, 2017

The Value Of Libraries

For young readers, even those not yet reading, the value of libraries cannot be overstated. They open doors to a relationship with reading that can translate to well-rounded students and engaged citizens. By giving children space, opportunity and encouragement to lose themselves learning about any subject they desire, children can be made to feel comfortable […]

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By KRN Admin

March 14, 2017

Four Ways Women’s Literacy Improves The World

Study after study shows the effect education can have on girls and young women in shaping their futures, raising their quality of life and protecting their children. Providing resources that improve women’s literacy ultimately makes the world a better place.   The benefits of an educated and literate society are undeniable. The benefits become evident […]

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February 16, 2017

Reading Out Loud

Children absorb much more than we give them credit. And they start to absorb it far earlier than we think they do. Studies show that babies are taking in information as early as in the womb, and their development only accelerates from there. As early as four months your child was reacting to the sound […]

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By KRN Admin

February 11, 2017

Do More With Title I Funds

The Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) was signed into law in 1965. President Lyndon B. Johnson saw the need to help schools with students that were struggling, but not dictate how that aid was provided. Title I of the Act stated that grants would be given to schools to help low-income families. The grants […]

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By KRN Admin

February 9, 2017

Find Funding For Raising K-3 Reading Proficiency

Kids Read Now is here to stop the summer reading slide and help struggling readers become proficient readers. Our summer reading program produces remarkable results for school districts seeking to raise K-3 reading scores, and we do it for about 10 percent of the cost of traditional intervention programs. Even though Kids Read Now is […]

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By KRN Admin

January 31, 2017

How Teachers (and Parents) Can Help Educate Readers

Reading is considered the most important skill people acquire. It’s the foundation for further learning. From Kindergarten through third grade, children learn to read, and from grade four onward, they read to learn. If kids don’t master reading by third grade, they eventually run into some serious limitations and challenges in life. There are, however, ways […]

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By KRN Admin

January 11, 2017

Stop the Summer Reading Slide; Kids Read Now Webinars

A Reading Problem Lack of parental involvement Poor test scores Low graduation rates Those are the answers you get when you ask school superintendents and administrators what keeps them up at night. They’re also directly linked to poor reading performance in children at early grade levels. From Kindergarten through third grade, children learn to read; […]

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By KRN Admin

January 2, 2017

Playing to Learn: Essential Education

“All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.” That simple proverb may seem wearied and overused, but at its heart, it holds some truth: People need balance in life, especially balance between their imaginations and their intellect. But work and play don’t need to be mutually exclusive. Play and learning can be combined. […]

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By KRN Admin

December 23, 2016

Holiday Traditions Around The World

People have chosen the end of the year as a special time for honoring, celebrating and giving, and they’ve been doing it for a long time. For thousands of years, people have revered this time of year for a variety of reasons and with distinctive flairs in every culture. Celebration and ceremony continues today all […]

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