5 edition of Achieving School Readiness: Public Libraries and National Education Goal No. 1 found in the catalog.
Achieving School Readiness: Public Libraries and National Education Goal No. 1
by American Library Association
Written in English
|Contributions||Barbara Froling Immroth (Editor), American Library Association (Corporate Author), Viki Ash-Geisler (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||173|
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1Authors: Immroth, BF, Ash-Geisler, V. Achieving school readiness: public libraries and national education goal no. 1: with a "Prototype of public library services for young children and their families".
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The purpose of this research is to develop evaluation indicators for assessing the social value of libraries. To this end, preliminary evaluation indicators were derived from a comprehensive analysis of approximately 60 domestic and overseas papers which focus on the value of : Younghee Noh.
This first book is dedicated to Goal 1, "All children in America will start school ready to learn." The book provides federal program descriptions and definitions for more than 50 programs that are designed for preschool children.
These programs encompass nutrition, learning, and health. in the Act for democratic school governance, through school-governing bodies (SGBs), has been implemented in public schools countrywide. The school-funding norms, outlined in SASA ofprioritise redress and target poverty regarding the allocation of funds for the public-schooling system.
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Worldwide, intwo thirds of the million adults (aged 15 and over) who were unable to read and write were women. Globally, in1 in 10 girls were out of school, compared to 1 in 12 boys. Arizona Newspaper Collection; Talking Book Library discovery and access; Subgrants to public, tribal, school, special and academic libraries for information preservation, discovery and access; Goal 2: Informal Education - Arizona’s residents of all ages will explore, experience, and expand through libraries’ informal educational programs.
A paper `Preschool partnerships: school and public library cooperation to facilitate school readiness' (35) stresses the need for quality services to preschool children to achieve the first US national educational goal--by all children will enter school ready to learn), and to identify ways in which school and public libraries can work.
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Children who enter kindergarten healthy and ready to learn are more likely to succeed academically. Children at the highest risk for not being ready for school live in poverty and/or with chronic health conditions.
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Dept of Education, 1 in 9 public school students in K comes from a home where a language other than English is : Claude Goldenberg. The National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) () indicates that there (% in private and in % in public universities) and that library space is being converted to student instruction classrooms.
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our children. Through these programs, libraries work toward achieving our national education goals, and reinforce education reform. Libraries are preparing preschoolers to learn to read, strengthening the read-ing skills of school-age children, complementing other school activities, exposing children to computers, new technology, and connecting.
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Chosen from a pool of almost one hundred applications, DIBS for Kids is a Nebraska-based literacy nonprofit. Directed early literacy and school readiness services and programs (e.g., family literacy workshops, story times at libraries and bookstores, kindergarten readiness efforts, children's programs on public TV, school-based reading enrichment programs, mobile literacy services, summer reading programs, home visitation, and a newspaper for children).Participants were (% male, % female) ethnically diverse, 1st-grade, lower achieving readers attending 1 of 3 school districts in Texas.
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