Learn to read coloring pages

Learn To Read was later syndicated to PBS affiliate Kentucky Educational Television who marketed it throughout the United States. In the first broadcast, Findlater scheduled the program at 5:30 am and at 10:00 am. The idea for the early morning time slot came from Doug Frazier years before. Frazier, then president of the UAW-CIO, urged Findlater to create a literacy series and run it at the end or start of a work-shift. Findlater said ratings for the early morning slot weren’t available but many letters sent to her indicated that those viewers did not want their kids to know they couldn’t read. The series has been widely used in prisons. Estimates of total viewership (from 2002) were over 18 million people.

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