Pearson Programs Are Most Widely Used Among 2009 ERF Recipients

October 2009
Educational Marketer;10/12/2009, Vol. 40 Issue 20, p1
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The article reports on the use of Pearson Programs which are most widely used among Early Reading First recipients in 2009. It highlights on the use of Opening the World of Learning, Read Together, Talk Together and PreK version of Reading street to teach literacy to 3,626 children. It states that Early Reading First is intended to improve school readiness among young children especially those who came from low income families and is authorized by No Child Left Behind.


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