Chicago, IL, Jul 10, 2012 — Most schools in the United States begin teaching students to read from the time they enter kindergarten. In fact, it's not hard to find 4-year-olds learning the letters of the alphabet and even reading easy words in preschool.
However, not every early-learner starts that way. For our collaboration on literacy with WEBEZ's Front and Center, Linda Lutton brings us the story of a school in the Great Lakes region that is taking a radically different approach. Go to full article