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Coming Together to Protect Our Children

In the early days of the pandemic, there was an assumption that children were not as vulnerable to the coronavirus as adults. Now, the virus is having an impact on more children and youth, and this is affecting their opportunity for in-person learning, which is critical to a child’s ability to thrive. Read More

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Staying Connected—Even When It’s Against the Odds

Our best strategy for supporting literacy in Georgia is to work together, form connections, and engage with one another. So, we need to consider strategies to maintain our social emotional engagement so that we are all “refueled.” Read More