Interactive Technologies Promote Improved Literacy in Low-Income Children

The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) and PBS have released a report entitled “Findings from Ready to Learn 2005-2010” that summarizes the results of independent research conducted under grant funding from the Ready to Learn Television program. The results demonstrate that using combinations of well-designed educational media, including television, websites, and other digital platforms, can be effective in improving literacy skills among low income children, ages 2-8. To access the report, please visit: http://www.cpb.org/rtl/FindingsFromReadyToLearn2005-2010.pdf.

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