It's never too early to start
Even before students enter structured schooling, they soak up language and skills that enable them to become super readers. “The amount of learning that takes place among young children, before school, is almost astronomical,” says Linda Roberts, Ed.D., former director of the office of educational technology for the U.S. Department of Education and current board of trustee member of the Sesame Workshop.
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