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Involving families and communities inthe classroom, for young children!When parents are involved in their children's education, the child is more inclined to succeed academically. With teamwork from the community, parents and school, students earn higher grades and perform better on tests. Research conducted by the National Reading Panel (NRP) found that skills in phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension are essential to literacy development (NRP, 2001) This concludes to continuation onto post-secondary education.Literacy at HOME for a young child……Reading out loud to your child is important in the development of literacy. Children grasp important skills like recognizing letters and story elements. This builds the foundation of lifelong learning throughout many content areas.The importance of multiple texts to meet the specific needs and abilities ofall students.The use of different compositions allows theopportunity of information to be conveyed in a different way. This enhances critical