Darwin kids literacy program in danger

Jul 28

Darwin kids literacy program in danger

On Thursday 11th August Rev. Bill Crews will visit Darwin to raise funds for The Exodus Foundation’s literacy program. It is the most successful program for teaching Indigenous kids to read, yet it receives no government funding. Unless funds can be raise from the public the program risks closing. Read more...

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Rev. Bill visits Darwin literacy centres

Jun 22

Today Rev. Bill will attend the graduation ceremony for students of his Exodus Foundation’s literacy program. The program improves the reading age of the poorest children by an average of 2 years. Rev. Crews will also lobby the NT government for funding to continue the program.

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Government refuses to support NT kids’ literacy

Jun 21

The Henderson government has refused to help fund the most successful early intervention literacy program for kids in the Northern Territory. The literacy program, run by Rev. Bill Crews’ Exodus Foundation, has raised NT kids’ read ages and dramatically improved their NAPLAN test results. Yet according to Rev Crews, “Our request for part-funding...

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