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Integrating technology in early literacy: A snapshot of community innovation in family engagement

The purpose of this report is to begin to analyze how early learning and family engagement programs are experimenting with innovative tools to address the need for more support in children's early language and literacy development. The issue of digital equity among families with special needs (dual language learners, children with disabilities, children in high-poverty areas) is another key component to consider. Access not only to digital tools, but also to the Internet and mentors who know how to use digital tools, are essential for these innovations in family engagement to succeed. (author abstract)
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