Our Approach

I Support the NC Pathways to Grade-Level Reading Measures of Success Framework

Show your support for a whole-child, birth-to-eight approach to third grade reading that focuses on:

  • Health and Development on Track Beginning at Birth
  • Supported and Supportive Families and Communities
  • High Quality Birth-to-Eight Learning and Education.

Join those listed below as saying yes to defining a common vision, shared measures of success and coordinated strategies that support children’s optimal development beginning at birth.

Say YES to NC Pathways to Grade-Level Reading Measures of Success framework.

Katie Morris, The Belk Foundation
Brenda Berg, BEST NC
Amy Barry, Buncombe Partnership for Children
Debra Lanham, Down East Partnership for Children
Todd Dalrymple, The Duke Endowment
Kenneth Dodge, Duke University
Nicole Gardner-Neblett, FPG Child Development Institute
Mary Jones, Nash Rocky Mount Schools
Laila Bell, NC Child
Tom Vitaglione, NC Child
KC Elander, NC Department of Public Instruction
Carolyn Guthrie, NC Department of Public Instruction
Marshall Tyson, NC Division of Public Health, Children and Youth Branch
Heather Pane Seifert, North Carolina Child Treatment Program
Nina Sazer ODonnell, NSO Associates
Mary Herbenick, Ready for School, Ready for Life
Karen Patch, SAS
Laurie Williamson, United Way of the Greater Triangle