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Building on decades of academic research and synthesizing best-in-class educational insights, Preface has published its 2020 Summary White Paper to facilitate enhanced conversations around early literacy approaches.
GWINNETT COUNTY, GA. – As teachers across the country continue searching for innovative ways to bolster educational support for their students during periods of remote learning, Preface has released its 2020 Summary White Paper, adding its leadership and perspective to a growing chorus of educators focused on early childhood literacy.
Drawing on global educational best-practices and leading academic research around language acclimation and literacy enhancement, Preface’s Summary White Paper provides an overview of the current pedagogical environment, while outlining many of the foundational techniques underpinning the Preface model.
Preface’s relationally-focused Ambassador Partnerships have already experienced rapid adoption in communities across the country, building on time-tested mentorship models, while layering in cultural and linguistic commonalities, dyadic and dialogic engagement techniques, and maintenance approaches to bilingual education.
Interested parties can download the full 2020 Summary White Paper here, while also exploring the best-practices, techniques, and results that have resulted in Preface being recognized as an innovative program to watch by the Georgia Department of Education.
With the release of this latest best-practices toolkit, coupled with continued customization on the ground alongside its expert educational partners, Preface is poised to add its unique voice to the national conversation around early childhood literacy for the next generation – with a multilingual twist.
Founded in 2019, Preface is a public-private philanthropic initiative dedicated to fostering early childhood literacy… with a multilingual twist! Partnering with educators and community leaders, Preface empowers local high schoolers to give back to their communities and bridge opportunity gaps by fostering literacy among young emerging bilingual students. A federally recognized 501(c)(3) organization, Preface is proudly headquartered in Gwinnett County, Georgia and serves communities across America. Learn more at www.PrefaceProject.org.
For further inquiries, contact:
Jonathan “JT” Wu
Founder & Executive Director
Chief Marketing Officer