The Davis Foundation and the Funder Collaborative for Reading Success fund early literacy programs aligned with the goal of Reading Success by 4th Grade.
Talk/Read/Succeed! (TRS) is a comprehensive education initiative designed to improve the number of children reading proficiently by fourth grade.
DiscoverBooks, a program of Reader to Reader, empowers parents to become active participants in the early literacy development of their children.
Helps providers build skills to improve children's foundation for literacy and supplies them with books and activities to promote concrete skill development in the young children in their care.
Founded in 2008, Link to Libraries’ mission is to collect and distribute new books to elementary school libraries and non-profit organizations and to enhance the language and literacy skills of children of all cultural backgrounds.
Raising A Reader MA is an evidence-based early literacy program that seeks to close the academic achievement gap by helping families of young children to develop, practice, and maintain habits of reading together at home.
Stand for Children’s mission is to ensure that all children, regardless of their background, graduate from high school prepared for, and with access to, a college education.
Reach Out and Read prepares young children for school success by partnering with pediatricians to prescribe books and encourage families to read together.
The Springfield College Student Success Corps is an AmeriCorps program that focuses on providing academic and social-emotional support to students in the Springfield Public Schools.
The Hasbro Summer Learning Initiative (HSLI) is a region-wide initiative to expand quality summer-learning opportunities for children throughout Hampden County and western Massachusetts.
READY! for Kindergarten is an interactive workshop for parents and caregivers of children birth through five years old originally developed and piloted in Kennewick, Washington.
Birth-Third is about improving the quality of education and care at three developmental levels ages 0-3, 3-5, and 5-9 while improving alignment across these levels.