New PBS shows aim to teach pre-reading skills

08/22/2008 | National Public Radio (text and audio)

A multimillion-dollar grant from the U.S. Education Department three years ago has helped PBS produce several new educational shows based on literacy research. "Educationally our goal is to encourage kids' vocabulary development," says Carol Greenwald, the executive producer of "Martha Speaks," one of the PBS Kids literacy shows.

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