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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 54% of children are not in Preschool Even Start 55% 80% 26% 10% 100% US ranks 16 out of 23 in literacy Students with involved parents A+ Are promoted, pass classes, earn credits Attend school regularly Have better social skills Graduate and go to post-secondary school 36% Only Read to their Children of low-incomeparents read to their children 0 25 50 75 100 125 150 175 200 225 250 275 300 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 free preschool while parents are in class newspapers, job applications, and news as teaching materals for illiterate adults parents learning the importance of being a warm, attentive caregiver and reading to their children of adults enrolled in Even Start earned their GED 52% 78% of children enrolled in Even Start made significant gains in preschool education Parents gaining a support group and resources to better themselves BUT As a result of inconsistent reporting measures and decreasing gains from 2008-2010, Even Start was defunded under the Setting New Priorities In Education Spending Act, cutting funding for 55,000 families Break the poverty cycle through adult and child education Poverty/Low Income Title 1 School Districts: Earn higher grades and enroll in higher-ed programs The families that benefit from an Even Start program are often low-income,with 84 percent of clients below the poverty line as of 2001 Students whose parents read to them are more likely to be successful in school **Preschool is a prominent factor in student success -Refund the program -Improve reporting measures -Make family literacy an NCLB policy priority Let your voice be heard! so now what? Millions Literacy Poverty = Goal Moving Forward Moving Forward In an Even Start Family Literacy Program, you might find: Years
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