BROWNIELAND PARTNERS WITH THE ATLANTA SPEECH SCHOOL AND PNC BANK TO HELP VOLUNTEERS READ TO CHILDREN (VIDEO)

Volunteering to read to a class of children can be a little daunting. You want to make sure you’re having an impact. So what’s the best strategy? Brownieland partnered with the Atlanta Speech School and PNC Bank to create a video to help volunteers learn how to read to children. Easy tips and real-life testimonials from classroom readers allow you to get the information you need to make a difference. Watch the video to find out more!

The Atlanta Speech School and PNC Bank have also partnered with the Children’s Museum of Atlanta to create Spread the Word, a two-year vocabulary and reading program that will reach 6,000 metro Atlanta students and families. Program highlights include family workshops, toddler book club and mobile library, interactive vocabulary kiosk, museum visits, and family festivals. Find out more about the Spread the Word program HERE.

The Atlanta Speech School is the nation’s most comprehensive language center for children and adults. Established in 1938, the Atlanta Speech School’s four schools, five clinics, summer program, and professional development center seek to help each person develop his or her full potential through language and literacy. Each year, the School impacts the lives of approximately 1,400 children and adults at the Atlanta Speech School and more than 13,000 students throughout the State of Georgia through the work of its Rollins Center for Language & Learning professional development program. Find out more about this incredible organization HERE.

 

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