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Get the Children Reading

Promoting literacy helps protect the health, well-being and economy of communities, and it’s a great way to engage young readers. Read More

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Providing Early Literacy Support at Home

A new affordable apartment complex in Warner Robins utilizes an on-site early learning center in the clubhouse to provide young children with supports and services they need to boost early literacy skills. Read More

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Pivoting Toward Possibility in Peoplestown

Vision 2020 is a six-week virtual reading program created by Emmaus House in Atlanta that was augmented by family-based learning projects and ongoing outreach from school leaders and volunteers. Read More

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Unwrapping Kindness

My story, The Night the Stars Fell from the Sky, is rooted in two very meaningful parts of my life: my family and my career in education that spanned 38 years. Read More

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The Power of One

Hayward Cordy, executive director of the Oconee Regional Educational Service Agency, says that poverty, disability, race, and gender do not define a child’s destiny—and just one supportive voice can change a whole life’s trajectory. Read More

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Fueling A Love of Learning

Emily Rubin, director of Communication Crossroads, emphasizes the importance of creating a positive learning environment where social-emotional engagement is the fuel for a child’s learning. Read More

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How Are the Children?

Ellyn Cochran, United Way of Greater Atlanta’s senior director of Early Learning and Development, says all Get Georgia Reading Campaign communities need to rethink this question when assessing children’s well being. Read More