Welcome!

We’re excited that you’re committed to making Denver the most literate city in the nation through Road to Reading.

Our citywide partnership is guided by the Birth to Eight Roadmap and includes the Mayor’s Office of Children’s Affairs, Denver Public Schools, Mile High United Way, community partners, families and caregivers.

It takes all of us to support Denver’s kids. Join us as we share our knowledge, resources and tools to ensure our city’s children are off to a great start.

To learn more, contact roadtoreadingdenver@dpsk12.org.

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About

About Road to Reading

Learning starts at birth, and a child’s early experiences are extremely important to their future success in school and in life. That's why we’re committed to promoting language and literacy from the start, and making Denver the most literate city in the nation through Road to Reading.

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Featured Partner

Bright by Text

Road to Reading partners with Bright by Text to deliver developmental games and tips directly to parents for free.

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Our Focus on Westwood

We will be creating a list of all the organizations offering services, resources and other programming to support children from birth to age 8 and their families living in the Westwood neighborhood. Please take, or share, our survey.

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