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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:


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Related blog posts

Friday Funday! Kidlit Book Trailers
U.S. Department of Education Announces New Office of Early Learning
Welcome CLEL's New Steering Committee Members!
Play and "Short, Targeted Activities" Best Way to Teach Early Literacy Skills, Panel Finds
Occupy The Classroom: The Case for Early Childhood Education
Marisco Institute for Early Learning and Literacy Presents: "Promoting Literacy from Birth to Five" with Dr. Nell Duke, Ph.D.
Advocacy Tip for October: Encourage Parents to Read to Children in Any Language!
More Parents Living in Poverty are Reading with their Children
REGISTER NOW! CLEL Annual Membership Meeting Oct. 13
Advocacy Tip for September: Talk to New Preschool Parents
Parent Involvement the Key to Success
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

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