Read Seed, Inc – News
Read Seed is committed to improving child literacy in North Carolina through advocacy, intervention and partnerships to provide book ownership to low-income children. In partnerships with NC HUD Housing Authorities, Read Seed gives new, age-appropriate books to every resident between ages 0 to 7 years old. Decades of academic research confirms the importance of children having ‘books in the home’ to significantly impact academic performance regardless of race, ethnicity, gender and family socioeconomic status.
Read Seed is changing generations one book at a time. By giving books parents will read to children.....and if you are read to you will also read to your children. Then the magic happens...love of reading for a lifetime.
- Children on the road to reading (0 Comments)
August 24, 2009
"So do you like reading?" the grown-up asked 4-year-old Camani Holloway. Holloway nodded her head yes. "Why do you like books?" "It's good." "Why?" "You do homework with." "What books have you read?" "None." Well, sort of. Holloway and her... Read more >
- Paving the road to reading By Denita Smith (0 Comments)
May 23, 2009
NCCU graduate student Donald Barringer reads to community children as a volunteer to the read-a-thon Read Seed. By Denita Smith Echo Staff Reporter Five NCCU students gave literacy a boost at the Andolia Eaton Read-A-thon Sept. 20. The read-a-thon, named... Read more >
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