To signify you status as members of the GLR Communities Network and signal broader involvement in the Campaign, members now have a “badge” or logo to use and share with coalition members. Members can feel free to use this graphic on websites, email signatures, or social media to help spread the word about involvement in the Campaign for Grade-Level Reading.
- The smallest image is 150×168 pixels, which is good for e-mail signatures and social media profile pictures.
- The medium-sized (350×391) and large-sized (608×679) images work well on websites or other electronic or printed publications.
Banners and Outreach Materials
The Campaign can also help you create new banners. Design files are available as high-resolution pdfs. Images can be purchased from istockphoto.com and other online stock agencies.
Outreach Materials for Civic Leaders and Elected Officials
Reading proficiently by the end of third grade is a key predictor of high school graduation, yet too many students – especially children in high-poverty schools and from low-income families – are failing to attain this critical milestone. Ralph Smith, the Campaign’s Managing Director, offers five ways civic leaders can help to engage their communities in early literacy efforts in this one pager, “Five Steps Every Civic Leader Can Take To Improve Early Literacy.”
Campaign Logos for Sites
To create a Campaign or GLR/All-America City logo for your site, please see How to Work with Grade-Level Reading Logo Templates.