LA Reads

Los Angeles has one of the lowest literacy rates in the country. Nearly four million people, more than half of Los Angeles County’s working-age population, have low literacy skills, severely impacting their employment ability.

To help address this literacy crisis in Los Angeles and motivate youth to read and build a lifelong love of reading, the Los Angeles Dodgers partnered with the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation to execute the LA Reads literacy program.

Dodgers Reading Champions is a literacy program that tracks the time your children (grades K-8) spend reading and incentivizes students who record more than 30 reading minutes per day. Sign up for the Dodgers Reading Champions Program below.