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At different times, we may be called upon to be advocates for early literacy to different audiences: to our bosses, our boards of directors, our communities, our patrons, our local schoolteachers, businesses, or agencies. How can we be effective advocates?  Below are some advocacy-related blog posts to get you started:


See all monthly "advocacy tips".

Related blog posts

Governor Hickenlooper Announces Appointments to Early Childhood Leadership Commission
Advocacy Tip for August: Keep Learning!
Colorado's Lieutenant Governor Needs Your Suggestions for Improving Early Childhood Education
SAVE THE DATE! CLEL Annual Meeting and Call for New Steering Committee Members
Advocacy Tip for July: Reach Out to Parents and Caregivers
Johnson County Library's 6 by 6 Program
Does Investing in Early Childhood Education Make Sense for Business?
URGENT! US Dept. of Education Early Learning Grants - Work with your state government to make sure libraries are included!
Recursos en español: Colorín Colorado
Fed Chairman Weighs In On the Importance of Early Childhood Education
Miss the Every Child Ready to Read Sneak Preview? Fear Not!
Advocacy Tip for May: Early Literacy Handouts
Every Child Ready to Read 2nd Ed. FREE Webinar
Illinois Law Enforcement Believes in Early Childhood Education
Advocacy Tip for April: National Library Week!
Preschool Visits to the Library are Important!
Training Opportunity: Supporting Early Literacy through Language-Rich Library Environments
President Calls for Overhaul of No Child Left Behind
Happy World Read Aloud Day!
Advocacy Tip for March: Have a Library Snapshot Day
Rocky Mountain Early Childhood Conference: April 15 & 16
Advocacy Tip for February: Use Early Literacy Knowledge to Assist Parents When Choosing Books
Happy New Year! Thanks for a great 2010!
"Early brain development research review and update"
StoryBlocks chosen as ALA Great Website for Kids!

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