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A Modern Approach to Literacy

Together, with our partners, we aim to promote literacy through an empowering method, creating personal connections across classrooms nationwide.

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Children who read for 20 minutes a day are exposed to 1.8 million words a year.

The percentage of Detroit students who performed at or above the NAEP proficient level in 2019 was 6%.

The greatest amount of brain growth occurs between birth and age five.

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One in three U.S. students feel they have been bullied at school and 70.6% of students say they have seen bullying at their schools. Learn more about our efforts to create a safe learning environment at the link in our bio.The greatest amount of brain growth occurs between birth and age five.  Literacy empowers children during this crucial time, creating a love of learning for the years to come.Creating eye contact with each child is one of the many ways we connect with students.  Learn more about the importance of establishing personal connections at the link in our bio.Authors:IN-Detroit selects storytellers and artists that want to share their passion and imaginative spirit with elementary students. The repertoire of children’s books, enthusiasm for poetry, and expertise in the classroom, makes each author/illustrator/artist the perfect fit for our program. 

Click the link in our bio to get involved or learn more about Authors:IN-Detroit.