More Than $2 Million Invested In New Resources To Support Language And Literacy For Young Children
Deputy Premier and Education Minister Gordon Wyant was joined at the Regina Public Library today by parents, children, and educators, to announce more than $2 million for literacy initiatives for children aged six and under across the province.
“The earlier we get these literacy resources in the hands of our children, the better,” Wyant said. “We are committed to providing families the supports needed for the development of these foundational skills.”
“These free literacy programs are taking place right now in communities all across Saskatchewan,” Regional KidsFirst Early Years Community Developer Chlorisa Erickson said.