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The Ready to Learn Television is designed to facilitate student academic achievement by supporting the development and distribution of educational video programming for preschool and elementary school children and their parents.

Foundations for Learning Grants supports projects that help children become ready for school.

These activities include research, deaf-blind, training and professional development, parent training and information centers, demonstration and outreach projects, state improvement projects, dissemination, technical assistance, congressionally mandated and technology applications.

(August 2002) en Español PDF (725K) Put Reading First: Helping Your Child Learn to Read, A Parent Guide: What parents can do at home to help young children become better readers, and what parents should expect to see at school.

Reading Tips for Parents: How to help children get ready to read and learn, what to look for in early reading programs, simple strategies for creating strong readers, and five components of reading.

National Center on High Quality Personnel in Inclusive Early Childhood Settings is designed to help increase the number of high quality early childhood personnel in inclusive early care and education settings through the development of cross-agency networks and state plans.

A Resource Guide from the National Clearinghouse for English Language Acquisition (NCELA) This resource is designed for those involved in the education of early childhood English language learners (young ELLs), including parents, educators, and policy makers.

Even Start supports projects that provide educational services to low-income families, including parents eligible for services under the Adult Education and Family Literacy Act and their children from birth through age 7.

The program improves the educational opportunities of children and their parents in low-income areas by integrating early childhood education, adult education, parenting education, and interactive literacy activities between parents and their children into "family literacy" programs.

I'm new to teaching and want to know, what do most parents realistically expect of teachers?

Parent Answers: Most parents try to be realistic in establishing expectations of their children's teachers.

(RIF) to provide, through aid to local nonprofit groups and volunteer organizations, reading motivation activities.

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