Back to Basics Learning Dynamics provides over 500 children’s books to Title 1 students in New Castle County, Delaware

Back to Basics Learning Dynamics, Inc., in a unique partnership with the literacy organization Success Won’t Wait, Inc., will provide over 500 children’s books to children in Delaware’s non-public Title I program, in celebration of National I Love to Read Month. Together, Back to Basics Learning Dynamics and Success Won’t Wait launched the “Reading is Basic Program” in 2011, and since then the program has provided thousands of books to schoolchildren in grades K-8.

Currently, Back to Basics services almost 200 Title I students from the Red Clay, Colonial, Christina, Brandywine, Smyrna, and Appoquinimink school districts who attend non-public schools, …

Delaware’s Title 1 students will receive hundreds of children’s books through Back to Basics Learning Dynamics’ “Reading is Basic” program

This fall, Back to Basics Learning Dynamics expanded its’ new “Reading is Basic Program” which was launched in March 2011. In the coming months, Back to Basics will make hundreds of age-appropriate books available to Title I students as part of a joint effort with the Delaware literacy organization Success Won’t Wait. This partnership links together two organizations with a common quest: to eradicate illiteracy in the State of Delaware and to provide the educational tools for success to those who need them most.

Additional books will be provided to the children at regular intervals, and, as new students …

Back to Basics Learning Dynamics launches “Reading is Basic Program” for Northern Delaware Title 1 students

Back to Basics Learning Dynamics recently announced the launch of its new “Reading is Basic Program.”  Currently, the company services over 150 Title I students from the Red Clay, Colonial, Brandywine, Smyrna, and Appoquinimink school districts for supplemental instruction.   Back to Basics will make over 500 age-appropriate books available to Title I students. Back to Basics’ teachers will distribute 2-3 books per student, which they can take home and keep.

“Since March is National Reading Month we felt that this was the perfect time to kick off the ‘Reading is Basic Program,’ explains Back to Basics Founder/Director Beverly Stewart. According …