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Yes We Can...Read!: Results from year 1: 2010-2011 [Executive summary]

A summary of an evaluation of the Yes We Can...Read! Children's Initiative, an early literacy program incorporating parent engagement workshops, family literacy nights, and community volunteer mentors, that examines program implementation, changes in parent engagement and home literacy practices, and children's attitudes toward reading and literacy skills, based on teacher logs and feedback, mentor and parent surveys, and child surveys and assessments
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