Urbanization is causing a major shift in Extension's programming throughout the United States. We present results of a nontraditional urban program (the Parent-Child Reading Enhancement Program) that is being implemented by Alabama Cooperative Extension System's Urban Affairs and New Nontraditional Programs unit. Findings suggest that this Extension program is successful in increasing urban parents' knowledge and skills related to enhancing their children's reading ability. Implications for urban Extension are discussed.
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Brandon, D. P., Tsamaase, M., Humphrey, R., & Crenshaw, K. (2018). Urban Extension's New Nontraditional Offering: Parent-Child Reading Enhancement Program. The Journal of Extension, 56(1), Article 8. https://doi.org/10.34068/joe.56.01.08