What are you doing on October 6? Will you have time to break a world reading record, while raising awareness about America’s achievement gap?
Join in Jumpstart’s Read for the Record presented in partnership with Pearson Foundation. It’s a national campaign that mobilizes adults and children to close the early education achievement gap by setting a reading world record.
This annual campaign allows Americans to demand that all children receive the quality early education they deserve. On October 6, 2011, more than 2 million voices will call for an end to America’s early education achievement gap by reading Llama Llama Red Pajama by Anna Dewdney – setting a world record in the process!
Get involved at www.readfortherecord.org to help Jumpstart close the early education achievement gap:
1. Pledge to Read: Submit your official pledge and help Jumpstart reach more than 2.1 million children.
2. Spread the Word: Use simple tools to educate your friends and family about America’s early education achievement gap and invite them to read.
For more information visit www.readfortherecord.org.
Jumpstart is working toward the day every child in America enters school prepared to succeed. To get involved, visit www.jstart.org.
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