October 31, 2018 The Fight for Grade-Level Reading Podcast Episode 2: Dr. Dipesh Navsaria of Reach Out and Read

 

We speak to Dr. Dipesh Navsaria about a program that shows doctors and clinics how to bring early childhood literacy into the examining room. Reach Out and Read has seen amazing growth and now impacts almost five million families, including around a quarter of all low-income families in the U.S.

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We also want to hear from you. You can share your experiences in the fight for grade-level reading by connecting with us at fightforglr@heraldtribune.com, facebook.com/fightforglr or by leaving us a message at 941-361-4820. You can also record a voice memo on your phone and email it to us — we may include some of those messages in future episodes of the podcast.

This story comes from a partnership between the Suncoast Campaign for Grade-Level Reading and the Herald-Tribune, funded by The Patterson Foundation, to cover school readiness, attendance, summer learning, healthy readers and parent engagement. Read more stories at https://www.gradelevelreadingsuncoast.net/category/solutions-journalism-partnership/.