4 out of 5 indigenous kids in remote communities can’t read. HANDS UP WHO CARES?

Hello Reader/s,

Did you know that for every five Indigenous kids living in remote communities, only one will be able to read at the minimum standard?

That’s only one in five kids who are gaining one of the most important keys to a satisfying and successful life – the ability to read. This shocking statistic is why I’m taking part in the Australian Literacy and Numeracy Foundation’s Wall of Hands Indigenous Literacy Appeal.

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