Improving Early Literacy Across North Carolina
About 60 percent of fourth graders in North Carolina have achieved reading proficiency. Through several initiatives, we are working to ensure every child reaches grade-level proficiency.
As a research-driven college grounded in its land-grant mission, the NC State College of Education works to solve North Carolina’s most pressing educational challenges, including improving early reading proficiency. Here’s a look at how we are doing that.
Wolfpack WORKS Receives $12.2M Grant from DPI to Improve Early Literacy Across NC
Year 1 | Wolfpack WORKS’s Reach Across N.C.
High-Need School Districts Served
Beginning Teachers Receiving Support
K-2 Students Impacted
[Video] Why Wolfpack WORKS Matters
In order to improve educational outcomes for all learners across North Carolina we must improve early literacy.
Dr. Mary Ann Danowitz, Dean, NC State College of Education
Fostering Lifelong Reading Habits
In addition to early literacy initiatives, our faculty are working to address literacy across the lifespan. These are just a couple examples.