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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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As the school year comes to an end, we want to thank all of the dedicated teachers. Children and educators continue to be the heart of what we do.❤️We couldn’t have made this author week possible without @mod.carservice. Thanks for donating your seamless airport transportation to LFK. You have made us customers for life❤️.Today we celebrate our favorite local author, Kenneth Kraegel. He is a self-taught illustrator and the creator of children’s picture books. Kenneth has been with us every step of the way and will join us this week at the Detroit Innovation Academy. We are grateful for his partnership.“Everything I do is guided by my mission to change the world, one word at a time, and there is nothing quite like connecting in person with students to do so.”-Kwame Alexander. Literacy for Kids is bringing Kwame to Rennaissance High School this week meet 800 students!