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Sci4Ga in the News

At Sci4Ga we’ve done a bit a work around literacy… And now, we’ve been quoted in the Atlanta Journal Constitution....

HR 650: Evidence Based Literacy Study Committee

In 2020, Sci4Ga’s intern, Paige, wanted to make sure all kids could read. And that launched a search for evidence-based...

Adult Literacy

Adult illiteracy is one of the most impactful and pressing issues affecting Georgia today. Low-literacy adults cannot upskill or reskill...

Pre-K Research

The lack of access to high-quality childcare and preschool is an ongoing problem that was highlighted during the pandemic. Increasing...

March is Georgia Reading Awareness Month

In March of 2021, House Resolutions HR 336 and HR 322 were signed in the Georgia General Assembly. Sponsored by...

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