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California Department of Education: www.cde.ca.gov
Office of the Secretary of Education, California: www.ose.ca.gov
United States Department of Education: www.ed.gov
Los Angeles County Office of Education: www.lacoe.edu
Orange County Department of Education: www.ocde.k12.ca.us
Ventura County Superintendent of Schools Office: www.vcss.k12.ca.us
San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools: www.sbcss.k12.ca.us
Los Angeles Unified School District: www.lausd.k12.ca.us
The White House for Kids!: www.whitehousekids.gov
Literacy Collaborative (CLiC)
Organizations that provide children’s literacy activities
and resources in Southern California:
Academic Mentor Program
Access Books: www.accessbooks.net
CATCH (Caring Adults Teaching Children How)
Everybody Wins, Los Angeles
Family Literacy Support Network
First Book – South Bay L.A.
First Steps Early Literacy Program
KOREH L.A.: www.korehla.org
(213) 745-1900 x52969
Literacy Network of Greater Los Angeles: www.literacynetwork.org
Light Up a Library
Women Helping Children, The National Council of Jewish Women
Molina Heathcare of California: www.molinahealthcare.com
Reach Out and Read
Kaiser Foundation Hospitals
Reading by 9: latimes.com/readingby9
Reading is Fundamental: www.rifsocal.org
Ready, Set, Read!
Remedial Reading and Learning Center
School Volunteer Program, Los Angeles Unified School
Volunteer Center of Los Angeles: volunteercentersca.org/vc_panorama.htm
Wonder of Reading: www.wonderofreading.org
Latino Scholastic Achievement Corporation: www.lsac.net
Los Angeles Times Education Coverage: www.latimes.com/new/learning
Times In Education www.latimes.com/tie
The Screen Actors Guild Foundation is proud
to bring you Storyline Online, an on-line
streaming video program featuring SAG members reading childrens
books aloud. Hand-picked by BookPALS National Program Director
Ellen Nathan, a former teacher and librarian, each of the
books on this site offer an accompanying lesson plan and
activity guide. www.bookpals.net/storyline
Verizon Reads is the umbrella organization for Verizon's
national literacy platform. Established in 1999, Verizon
Reads is dedicated to the fight for a more literate America
through meaningful programs that create awareness, raise
funds, and encourage collaboration among literacy providers.
The America Reads Challenge is a grassroots national
campaigh that challenges every American to help children
learn to read.
Free on-line reading incentive program for children,
parents and teachers.
Between the Lines: Teacher's Guide Pbs.org/lions/kguide
Compact for Reading
The Compact for Reading Guide and the School-Home Links
Reading Kit are designed to help parents, teachers and
set reading goals, and provide lessons and activities that
allow children to accomplish these goals.
A national nonprofit organization whose mission is to
give disadvantaged children the opportunity to read and
own their first books.
Helping Your Child Become a Reader www.ed.gov/pubs/parent
International Reading Association
Seeks to promote high levels of literacy for all by
improving the quality of reading instruction.
Literacy and Technology Web Site
Site assists teachers, parents, students and others
with the integration of curriculum and the Internet to
promote student literacy.
Texts of books not still in copyright, generally those
Mister Rogers' Recommended Books list www.pbs.org/rogers/all_ages/inyourneigh3.htm
Reading is Fundamental (RIF)
RIF develops and delivers childrenās and family literacy
programs that help prepare young children for reading and
motivate school-age children to read.
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