Illiterate parents prompted to read to help children PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 31 October 2013 09:05

Carolyn Dickens, president of a Raleigh nonprofit, Motherread, tells host Barlow Herget how her agency prompts illiterate parents to read by  encouraging them to read to their children.  Dickens says one of the biggest indicators of a child's success in school is having parents read to them.

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