Early Learning and Literacy Model

Blueprints approved

ELLM is a literacy-focused curriculum and support system designed for children aged 4-5 from low-income families. It includes curriculum and literacy building blocks, assessment for instructional improvement, professional development for literacy coaches and teachers, family involvement, and collaborative partnerships. The curriculum focuses on children’s early literacy skills and knowledge and is implemented for about 90 minutes per day in addition to the regular curriculum.

Target group Children aged 4-5 from urban areas with families with low socioeconomic status.
Focus of intervention
  • Family
  • Economic
Level of intervention
  • Universal prevention
  • Selective prevention
Outcomes affected
  • Talking and reading
  • School ready
Impact of intervention

*statistically significant at p<0.05

Figure(s) taken from Appendix A of this report.

Risk & protective factors targeted

Cost-benefit analysis

Source of benefits

Contact information

Dr. Madeline Cosgrove / Howaida Mousa
Florida Institute of Education
1 UNF Dr
Jacksonville, FL 32224
USA

001-904-620-2496
mcosgrov@unf.edu / h.mousa@unf.edu
http://www.unf.edu/fie/ellm/

Local authorities running the intervention in the UK
  • None known at present

Please contact us if you are running this intervention in the UK.