Most Literate, Most Challenged

From We Act Radio's Education Town Hall: Washington has been declared the "most literate" city in the U.S. since 2010. Meanwhile, DC also has areas with illiteracy rates close to 50%, and a "book desert" where 830 children would need to share one age-appropriate book for sale. Hear from Dr. John W. Miller, author of … Continue reading Most Literate, Most Challenged

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Nothing to Read on Their Own

"Children who live in poverty have fewer books in their home, sometimes none. Fewer books in their neighborhood, fewer bookstores. They go to schools with inferior classroom libraries, school libraries, etc. You can have the best teaching in the world, and it's not going to help when children are hungry, undernourished, ill, and have nothing … Continue reading Nothing to Read on Their Own