The Get Georgia Reading Campaign represents a broad and diverse group of partners that are rallying people, organizations, and communities to apply a four-pillar framework for action so that all children in Georgia become proficient readers by the end of third grade. These partners from across the state have raised their hands to find new ways of working to ensure all children achieve the critical milestone of third-grade reading proficiency.
Each of the Campaign partners have committed to serve as Campaign ambassadors by:
- Joining with others to apply the four-pillar framework for investing and implementing strategies to improve early literacy in their community;
- Promoting the four-pillar framework and the work of other Campaign partners through their communication vehicles;
- Sharing stories on the Campaign’s website—and learning from others’ posts;
- Integrating messages about the four-pillar framework into presentations and interactions with other stakeholders; and
- Encouraging others to join the Campaign and apply the four pillars.
Get Georgia Reading welcomes the involvement and support of new partners and communities. Joining the Campaign is about taking existing efforts and infusing them with this new approach. We hope your organization and your community will join us in using the pillars to better support children in achieving reading proficiency and work with us to Get Georgia Reading.
Contact us to find out how you can join the effort.
Get Georgia Reading Partners
This list includes state partners, excluding the Cabinet and other investing partners, which are highlighted on our Cabinet page. Partners contributing to local efforts are cultivated and managed through Campaign Community leads.
American Academy of Pediatrics, Georgia Chapter
Books for Keeps
Campaign for Grade-Level Reading
Emory University Department of Pediatrics
Georgia Food Bank Association
Georgia Public Broadcasting
Georgia School Boards Association
Georgia School Superintendents Association
Georgia State University
Georgia Statewide Afterschool Network
Georgia Institute of Technology Center for Health and Humanitarian Logistics Ferst Readers
myON by Renaissance
Neighborhood Nexus/Atlanta Regional Commission
Reach Out and Read Georgia
Regional Educational Service Agencies