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Winter Newsletter 2019

Winter Newsletter 2019 Topics:  Reading Partners Expansion Upcoming Early Childhood Learning Workshop Universal Pre-K Access Birth-3 Screening Initiative Talking is Teaching  Read the newsletter here: https://conta.cc/2JKrdSP

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Featured Work: Early Childhood Learning Series

Starting Strong and Westbrook Children’s Project have been co-facilitating the Early Childhood Learning series together since last year. Each year a series of workshops are offered on the second Tuesday of each month from January until May. The

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Partner of the Month: Michelle Morel of Morel Communications

Why communications are important in effecting community change?“ Build it and they will come” just does not work today. With all the messages out there and the myriad ways people receive messages, it is more important than ever

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Books are Important…But Communication is Vital

 Starting Strong partners with many organizations in Portland. Our programs are designed to help organizations have a collective impact on the community we live and work in, whether on a daily basis with Reading Partners, or in supporting a

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New Year’s Resolution Baby Bedtime Routine

Want to have a New Year’s Resolution that you can see results on? Thanks to Baby Center there is a way to do that. Having a bedtime routine for your baby helps to build a sense of structure

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Partner of the Month: Laurie Mack of Northeast Hearing and Speech

Laurie Mack is a Speech-Language Pathologist and the Executive Director of Northeast Hearing & Speech (NHS). She has been a consultant for the Early Reading First Program with the Muskie School of Public Service at USM, and is a Hanen

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Starting Strong to begin Talking is Teaching campaign

The importance of early childhood literacy cannot be emphasized enough. With evidence that many children are falling behind, joint nationwide efforts are being done to close what is called the thirty-million word gap. By way of Too Small to

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