Situation<br />Symptom<br />General <br />Cause<br />Root<br />Causes<br />Solution<br />Enablers<br />10% of the populati...
Low valuation of reading
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A single slide from Through the Magic Door connecting the problem statement to root causes to possible actions. Please feel free to add additional enablers in the comment section or by e-mailing charles.bayless@ttmd.com

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Reading Problem Statement ss

  1. 1. Situation<br />Symptom<br />General <br />Cause<br />Root<br />Causes<br />Solution<br />Enablers<br />10% of the population does 80% of the reading<br />The culture and habit of reading is too narrowly concentrated (serious readers are a minority in every income quintile)<br /><ul><li>Poor familial communication
  2. 2. Low valuation of reading
  3. 3. Unfamiliarity with books
  4. 4. School issues
  5. 5. Access to books</li></ul>Assist families to Grow A Reading Culture (GARC) from the earliest age(s).<br /><ul><li>Individual Coaching
  6. 6. Database
  7. 7. Parent oriented reviews
  8. 8. Booklists
  9. 9. TBD</li></ul>Seeking to elicit voluntary changes in the behavior of parents with young families by 1) establishing a clear linkage between reading capability and desirable life outcomes, 2) coaching on five clear actions for growing a reading culture, and 3) providing the services (personal coaching, individual consultations on book selection, etc.) necessary to support that reading culture and achieve a measurable improvement in reading. <br />© Through the Magic Door<br />1<br />
  10. 10. Should you have any questions about this presentation, please contact us.<br />Charles Bayless<br />Through the Magic Door®<br />1579 Monroe Drive<br />Suite F150<br />Atlanta, Georgia 30324<br />E-mail: charles.bayless@ttmd.com<br />Office: (404) 898-9096<br />© Through the Magic Door<br />2<br />Contact Information<br />

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