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News Two EEC Coordinated Family and Community Engagement programs receive Mass Literacy Awards

EEC's family and community engagement programs selected for awards represent Framingham, Wareham
12/05/2017
  • Department of Early Education and Care
Photo of Early Education and Care Commissioner Tom Weber with Mass Literacy Champion Jane Cohen DeHaven, of the Early Childhood Alliance of Framingham

Two of the Department of Early Education and Care's Coordinated Family and Community Engagement (CFCE) programs were recently honored by Mass Literacy for their efforts to support literacy education. 

Jane Cohen DeHaven of the Early Childhood Alliance of Framingham CFCE program was named one of eight Mass Literacy Champions, and Maureen Manning from the Wareham CFCE received Mass Literacy's Continued Commitment Award.  Ms. Manning was named a Mass Literacy Champion in 2014.

Mass Literacy is a local nonprofit that supports literacy education throughout the Bay State and annually recognizes educators, librarians and community leaders for their commitment to promoting the power that comes with reading.

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