The statewide literacy scan aimed to identify current birth-to-five literacy practices to support recommendations for a grant to support the development of community-based birth-to-five literacy supports, known as Birth to Five Literacy Support Network Hubs. The scan results showed that most communities across Michigan are implementing initiatives to support birth-to-five literacy development. The initiatives are often related to four priority areas of the state: equity, effectiveness, sustainability, and measurability. However, many communities and regions need additional support and funds from the state of Michigan in order to continue supporting literacy development among all children, especially those who face vulnerability factors. (author abstract)
Michigan’s literacy scan research report and Birth to Five Literacy Support Network Hub Grant investment strategy
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