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No Child Left Behind Summer Reading Achievers
2004 Pilot Program
Archived Information


Summer Reading Resources
About summer reading
2003/2004 Program Outcomes
Principal's letter (sample)
Parent's letter (sample)
Fact sheet
Press releases
Contributing partners
Recommended reading lists
Logos & media downloads
About First Book

The No Child Left Behind Summer Reading Achievers Program is designed to encourage students in grades K-8 to read during the summer months and help prevent fall-off in reading skills during the vacation. The program is simple. Students who read 10 books over the summer will receive a variety of prizes, including free books and a Summer Reading Achievers certificate. Thousands of students at 11 sites nationwide will benefit from the program this summer.

Current Status: While we continue to encourage local summer reading initiative efforts, the Department announces that it will not be conducting a Summer Reading Achievers pilot during 2005. Shortly, we will be posting related information regarding the results of the 2004 evaluation of Summer Reading Achievers implementation in the Atlanta Public Schools.

For more information, please contact Karen Stratman-Krusemark at karen.stratman-krusemark@ed.gov

Archived information from 2003 program.



 
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