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Read On Arizona Part of National Diverse Books for All Coalition

Read On Arizona is proud to be a founding member of the Diverse Books for All Coalition, a group of 27 organizations from across the country working together to increase …

October 25, 2022

Read On Arizona Appoints Lori Masseur as Director of Early Learning

Read On Arizona, our state’s collective impact initiative for early literacy, has appointed Lori Masseur as director of early learning. In this new position, Masseur, formerly with the Arizona Department …

August 31, 2022

Community Highlight: Family Engagement in City of Phoenix

Read On Phoenix is one of three Campaign for Grade-Level Reading sites to receive funding from the Vanguard Foundation for family engagement that supports language and early literacy development. This …

June 26, 2022

Arizona Department of Education Awards $11.6 Million to Support Literacy Programs

Federal COVID relief funding will assist three organizations focused on literacy teaching and learning in Arizona Office of Superintendent Kathy Hoffman PHOENIX, Ariz. (May 12, 2022) – The Arizona Department …

May 12, 2022

Philanthropic Partners Make Strategic Investments of $2.8 Million in Read On Arizona to Improve Early Childhood Literacy

Grants Come as Third-Grade Reading Proficiency Drops Amid Pandemic (PHOENIX) – To help Arizona’s youngest students recover from the impact of the pandemic and accelerate improvement in third-grade reading, philanthropic …

April 5, 2022

AZ Data Snapshot: the Pandemic’s Impact on Early Literacy – Part 3

Data Analysis by Robert Vagi Achievement Gaps In earlier data snapshots, we highlighted the pandemic’s impact on early childhood literacy in Arizona. Our analyses showed a negative impact in all …

March 4, 2022

AZ Data Snapshot: the Pandemic’s Impact on Early Literacy – Part 2

Data Analysis by Robert Vagi Fall to Spring Student Progress As we described in a recent blog post, there were significant declines in the number of Arizona K-3 students scoring …

February 2, 2022

Ducey proposes $14.25 billion in spending for final year of tenure, boosted by federal funds

Original story can be found on Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey on Friday released his final proposal for how the state should spend its money, a $14.25 billion plan that …

January 14, 2022

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