Learn More with ‘A Closer Read on Literacy Equity’

02.17.2022 Stories of Impact

Encouraging parents to be their child’s first teacher happens best with great books along for the journey. But what does that look like in the time of COVID with geographic, social, and political divides? 

For Raising a Reader, a 21-year-old organization working to build strong shared reading routines within families nationally, it starts with inclusion.  Check out ‘A Closer Read on Literacy Equity’ about our work by Bezos Family Foundation.


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