"Sky Losoya, a youngster at La Escuela de Las Americas who's involved in the Super WHY! Reading Camp, participates in literacy adventures and games. Super WHY! is a program created to help children learn the fundamentals of reading through interactive storybook adventures."
READING IS THE NAME OF THE GAME AT CAMP
By Nazish Dholakia - Express-News
“Bubbles!” rising first-grader Jose Zuñiga screamed as his teacher asked him to name a word that starts with the letter “B.”Zuñiga is among 16 students at La Escuela de Las Americas who are involved in the five-day Super WHY! Reading Camp.
The program, funded by the U.S. Education Department, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS, focuses on bridging the literacy gap among children from lower-income families. “I have seen a huge improvement in these children,” said Claudia Garcia, a teacher leading the reading program. “I never thought it would be possible for them to pick up so much in a short time.” Read entire article...