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Supplemental Program with Colorado Department of Education

Reading In Motion is proud to be included in the Colorado Department of Education’s Approved Supplemental Programs list. After an extensive review process, we joined a select list of programs that enhance a school’s core curriculum. Both our English and Spanish curriculum are available to schools throughout Colorado. For more details and the approved list,…

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Back To School Challenge Press Release

September 7, 2016 AS CPS OPENS DOORS FOR FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL, DONORS ARE OPENING THEIR WALLETS TO SUPPORT THIS LITERACY PROGRAM “Reading In Motion’s Board of Directors Are Matching Donations Up To $25,000 to Their Innovative ArtsBased Literacy Program.” This program is partially supported by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency. (CHICAGO)…

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Auxiliary Board Member Meet Blake Roter of the Reading In Motion Auxiliary Board. In his professional life, Blake is an Attorney at Burke, Warren, MacKay & Serritella, focusing on the representation of major corporations, financial institutions, non-profit organizations, pension funds and mid-sized businesses in complex commercial and civil litigation.   Blake is no stranger to…

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ADM Cares Press Release

Archer Daniels Midland Company recently donated $8,000 to Reading In Motion. The donation will go towards helping 5,375 Chicago-area kindergarten and 1st grade students in public schools that have poor reading scores and a significant population of low-income students, become grade-level readers. This will set them on a path to education success for the rest…

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Get #Fired Up For Literacy Media Page

Media inquiries can be directed to: Elaine Teter eteter@readinginmotion.org 312.899.0791 (office) 312.961.4407 (mobile) or Angela Benander angela@ideactioncorps.com 773.899.4261   Indiegogo Campaign Site Download Get #Fired Up For Literacy Press Release Download Get #Fired Up For Literacy Video Download Get #Fired Up For Literacy Photos: Boy with Hands Karl Androes, Reading In Motion Executive Director Girl…

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Chief Operating Officer – Jason Patenaude

Reading In Motion is proud to announce the appointment of Jason Patenaude as Chief Operating Officer. This is a new position in our organization to help as our organization continues to grow. See full press release here.

Reading In Motion Launches in Four Englewood Schools

HIGHLY EFFECTIVE LITERACY PROGRAM READING IN MOTION LAUNCHING IN FOUR ENGLEWOOD SCHOOLS Reading In Motion Uses Unique and Engaging Curriculum to Help Students Meet or Exceed Grade-Level Reading Benchmarks (CHICAGO) – Reading In Motion, the most effective literacy organization for students whose environment or circumstances put them in greater need of support, has launched in…

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Monthly Sustainability Membership

Why become a Monthly Sustainability Member? Donors that support the Reading In Motion mission on a recurring schedule become a dependable source of income, helping us serve more students every year. How does it work? Your credit card will be charged through our secure automated processor for the amount and schedule you choose. Smaller donations on a monthly basis…

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Reading In Motion in Crain’s Chicago Business

Reading In Motion was recently covered in Chicago United, a special supplement to Crain’s Chicago Business. Download the PDF here.

A Better Chicago Adds Reading In Motion to its Investment Portfolio

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 28, 2014 A BETTER CHICAGO ADDS READING IN MOTION TO ITS INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO CHICAGO, IL – Reading In Motion is proud to announce that it has been chosen by A Better Chicago to join its investment portfolio. With the addition of Reading In Motion, A Better Chicago now invests in 11…

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Reading in Motion Expands to Racine

READING IN MOTION EXPANDS ITS PROVEN LITERACY MODEL TO RACINE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT CHICAGO, IL – {September 11, 2014}, Reading In Motion and the Racine Unified School District in Racine, WI, have partnered to offer Reading In Motion’s proven reading improvement model to 14 dual language classrooms within the Racine school district. The Racine Unified…

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