Super Summer Learning Adventures: Meet Our Partners

A special thanks to our Super Summer Learning Adventures (SSLA) Program partners!
At RAR, we believe in collaborating to provide impactful resources and programming and have teamed up with mission-aligned organizations to bring you our Super Summer Learning Adventures program. Let’s take a closer look at our Super Summer partners:
  • Highlights is a global media brand dedicated to helping children become curious, creative, caring and confident.
  • Read with Malcolm (Share the Magic Foundation), founded by Super Bowl Champion Malcolm Mitchell, is dedicated to promoting the benefits of reading and book ownership, especially among striving and below grade-level readers who are at risk of academic failure.
  • Worldreader works globally with partners to support vulnerable and underserved communities with digital reading solutions that help improve learning outcomes, workforce readiness, and gender equity.

Learn more about RAR’s Super Summer Learning Adventures Program today!

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