WHAT
TO READ

ReadOnUSA is a completely non profit program

One in every 5 students are diagnosed with dyslexia or a related learning disability

Read 20 minutes a day and you’ll read 1,800, words per day

Children learn 4,000 to 12,000 words per year through reading

Reading reduces stress 600% more than video games

All funds/proceeds/resources go directly back to students

Reading is directly related to success of opportunities offered later in life

About

ABOUT
US

#ReadOnUSA is a non-profit foundation that was created by 19 year old, Lora Current after personally seeing a need for support in the area of early childhood literacy. #ReadOnUSA’s goal is to connect families to resources and support that will allow their child to succeed in education. Lora’s mission is to prove that learning and reading impairments can be overcome.

About

ABOUT
US

Lora created #ReadOnUSA to share her story and foster in children the same love of learning that she found as a young girl. A current junior at The Ohio State University and a member of the Miss Ohio Scholarship Program, Lora is devoted to service in the efforts to supporting children in education and raising the literacy rates of Ohio. Through #ReadOnUSA, Lora seeks to builds confidence, provide reading opportunities, and teaches strategies to help navigate challenges so that all students can become lifelong learners; inside and outside of the classroom.

Resources

RESOURCES
OHIO READY TO READ

Ohio Ready to Read is a great source for parents to connect their children to literature and prepare them for school. They offer reading tip and well was Pre-K readiness plans. Check out their website to find out more and get your questions about literacy answered. For more information click here.

Resources

RESOURCES
LEARNING DISABILITY ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA

LDA’s mission is to create opportunities for success for all individuals affected by learning disabilities through support, education, and advocacy. LDA works alongside families navigating leading or reading disorders by promoting prevention, fostering research in best practices, encourage identification, supporting interventions, and protect your rights. For more information click here.

Resources

RESOURCES
OHIO DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

The Ohio Department of Education oversees the state’s public education system, which includes public school districts, joint vocational school districts and charter schools. The Ohio Department of Education offers resources to parents of preschools through graduation. Visit their parent page to select your child’s age group and get helpful information. For more information click here.

Resources

RESOURCES
HIGHLIGHTS LIBRARY

Highlights for Children helps children become their best selves by publishing content and creating experiences that engage, delight, and foster joyful learning. Highlights Library provides more than 2,600 fiction and nonfiction digital stories and videos on topics such as animals, science, sports, and social emotional learning. They nurture optimism and a love of reading and includes read aloud features and Lexile reading levels. For more information click here.

Sponsor

SPONSOR
A BOOK

Through your $10 purchase or donation, books and resources are being provided to young Ohio students. Reading and education opens doors of opportunity for the next generation; help turn the knob!

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A true story of a child's journey through school and
the obstacles on the path to success and finding value.
It's not the grades or abilities we
have, but rather, how we use them to
help others. That is what makes
people really smart."
Lora Current
Contact

CONTACT
READONUSA

Reach out to #ReadOnUSA through Email
Email: info@ReadOnUSA.com

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