Reading is Fundamental … Reading as Visitation

Some New York children don't get to see their fathers regularly. It's not because their parents have divorced, or voluntarily parted company. It's because their fathers are incarcerated. For these dads and their children, the New York Department of Corrections has launched a program called "Daddy and Me". The program gets fathers reading children's books, and recording the stories for their children. At the conclusion of the program, the children will come to the jail and their fathers will present them with the CDs the dads recorded for their children. The program's primary, stated purpose is to promote literacy. But it offers the implicit additional fringe benefit of fostering parent-child bonds. Read more in this New York Times article: 'Daddy, Read for Me'.

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