Kids & Family:Education for Kids
Statistics tell us that the majority of people in the US don’t read very well and many are functionally illiterate. The impact of low literacy is not only personally limiting to the success and achievement of many Americans, but it’s also costly to our society to the tune of hundreds of billions of dollars.
In this episode we heard from National Education Consultant for Scientific Learning Corporation, Cory Armes. She shared with us why some students struggle to become proficient readers and what parents can do to help.
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