Education is one of JLA’s Focus Areas to Serve the Community

Literacy starts before a child meets their first teacher. This is why talking, reading and singing with young children at home is crucial; it forms the connections in their brains that help build literacy skills (American Academy of Pediatrics). Therefore, when childhood literacy is emphasized early, children enter school prepared to thrive and are better equipped to succeed in school and, eventually, their careers. It has been widely noted that when children cannot read proficiently by the end of the third grade…

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Education is one of JLA’s Focus Areas to Serve the Community

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