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Notice Extending Full Application Deadline Date for Early Reading First Program for Fiscal Year (FY) 2002 CFDA No. 84.359B [OESE] (Oct 11, 2002)
The Secretary extends the deadline date for the submission of Full Applications by certain applicants (see the Eligibility section of this notice) under the Early Reading First Program discretionary grant competition for FY 2002. The Secretary takes this action to allow more time for the preparation and submission of applications by potential applicants and their partners in the State of Louisiana that were adversely affected by severe weather conditions resulting from Hurricane Lili.
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Submission for OMB Review Comment Request Early Reading First Program Federal Register Notice Inviting Applications, and Application Packet [OESE] (Oct 11, 2002)
The Early Reading First program will provide grants to eligible local educational agencies (LEAs) and public and private organizations located in those LEAs to transform early childhood education programs into centers of excellence to help young at-risk children achieve the language, cognitive, and early reading skills they need to succeed when they enter Kindergarten.
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La serie de Ayudando a su niño (Sep 26, 2002)
The Helping Your Child series are publications for parents to help their children develop new skills and knowledge. Topics include homework, reading, preschool, and more.
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Helping Your Child Become a Reader (Aug 27, 2002)
Helping Your Child Become a Reader includes information about why and how to use language skills (talking and listening, reading, and writing)to help young children grow into readers. Everyday activities you can do to encourage your child's love of reading and strengthen language skills are also provided.
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Helping Your Child Series (Aug 27, 2002)
The Helping Your Child series are publications for parents to help their children develop new skills and knowledge. Topics include homework, reading, preschool, and more.
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Teaching Our Youngest: A Guide for Preschool Teachers & Child Care & Family Providers - Index -- TOC (Mar 01, 2002)
This is the index page for the publication, "Teaching Our Youngest: A Guide for Preschool Teachers, Childcare, and Family Providers". It draws from scientifically based research about what pre-school teachers and childcare providers can do to help children develop their language abilities, increase their knowledge, become familiar with books and other printed materials, learn letters and sounds, recognize numbers and learn to count.
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?Csmo puedo reconocer un buen programa de lectura para la primera enseqanza? (Oct 08, 2001)
?Csmo puedo reconocer un buen programa de lectura para la primera enseqanza?
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How Do I know a Good Early Reading Program When I See One? (Mar 07, 2001)
This is a guide for parents on how to assess the quality of their children's early reading programs.
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Helping Your Child Become a Reader (PDF) (Jan 01, 2000)
Helping Your Child Become a Reader includes information about why and how to use language skills (talking and listening, reading, and writing)to help young children grow into readers. Everyday activities you can do to encourage your child's love of reading and strengthen language skills are also provided.
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Compact for Reading and School-Home Links Index (Feb 02, 1999)
Archived: The Compact for Reading Guide and School-Home Links is a guide designed to help family-school compact teams through the steps of building and implementing a Compact for Reading. It provides information, strategies, examples, and checklists to help parents, educators, and community members develop effective, workable compacts that can improve your school, increase family involvement, and increase student skills and achievement in reading.
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