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Reading for Healthy Families (RFHF) is a statewide early literacy project managed by the Oregon Commission on Children and Families and the Oregon State Library funded with grant support from the Oregon Community Foundation and the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation. RFHF provides a coordinated statewide early literacy program for Healthy Start family support workers and children's library staff to ensure that all families in Oregon have the knowledge, skills, and access to resources necessary to provide positive educational experiences their children need to be ready to learn. 300 Healthy Start family support workers and childrenís library staff will be trained in a research-based early literacy curriculum. Participating family support workers and library staff each commit to providing early literacy education activities to 15 families. Over the course of three years a total of 4,500 Oregon families will receive free early literacy education. In addition, participating Healthy Start programs and public libraries will be given time during the training to establish partnerships and to begin to develop sustainable early literacy projects locally.
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