• View the winners of our #ARSummerReads photo contest!

    Summer learning is an important factor in helping ensure that Arkansas children can read at grade level by the end of third grade. See how Arkansas kids are reading this summer!

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    Find resources to help make a meaningful impact in parent and community engagement, school readiness, attendance, and summer learning.

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See our #ARSummerReads photo contest winners

On National Summer Learning Day, June 19, we announced the winners of our #ARSummerReads photo contest. 

Reading is for Everyone: Getting ALL Arkansas Kids to Read at Grade-Level

Our goal at the Arkansas Campaign for Grade-Level Reading is to have ALL children read proficiently by third grade, including kids experiencing learning disabilities. 

National Campaign for Grade-Level Reading Announces New Initiative Featuring AR-GLR at Clinton Global Initiative Meeting

The Arkansas Campaign for Grade-Level Reading (AR-GLR) and our Marvell-Elaine Reads program have been named as part of the first “Pacesetter Cohort” for a new initiative of the national Campaign for Grade-Level Reading.

The Statistics Lottery

How do low-income children fall behind?

Pre-K Helps Kids Start School Ready to Learn: Teachers from Beebe, Arkansas

The time to increase funding for Arkansas pre-K is now! 


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