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Room to Read
We partner with communities across Asia & Africa to promote literacy and girls' education. World Change Starts with Educated Children.
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on Education is underway w/ Ban Ki-moon, Malala and other prominent participants. Livestream it here:
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Room to Read Jul 3
"She & her friends had thirst for education b/c their future was right there in the classroom
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Room to Read Jul 3
See 9 striking historical photos of African-American women
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Room to Read Jul 3
These girls wrote letters begging to go to college
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Room to Read Jul 3
most parents believe summer slide happens but not to their own kids?
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Room to Read Jul 3
Women in faced with street harassment came up with this totally creative solution
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Room to Read Jul 3
Another sneak peek at illustrations from our 2015 booklist. More on what we publish and why:
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Room to Read Jul 3
. encourages Americans to get involved with initiative
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Room to Read Jul 2
aims to offer free higher education to as many students as possible in the next 15 years.
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Room to Read Jul 2
10 cool books that inspire kids to write!
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Room to Read Jul 2
"Children’s publishers have a unique responsibility to 'create the readers of the future'"
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Room to Read Jul 2
The Afghan Woman's Writing Project is "beautiful, brave and inspiring"
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Room to Read Jul 2
"By any metric...the circumstances are ripe for African education to significantly improve in the next two decades"
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Room to Read Jul 1
Wanna join the circus? Kids facing challenges are learning helpful skills in circus groups
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Room to Read Jul 1
How women are improving their quality of life & the education of their children
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Room to Read Jul 1
Major countrywide study in confirms: higher in urban vs rural and among boys vs girls
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Room to Read Jul 1
Our Zambia team holds up their cards. Join the conversation! What can YOU do, thanks to education?
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Room to Read Jul 1
From one generation to the next, rate in has greatly improved
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Room to Read Jul 1
History made in ! 1st female judge was nominated to Supreme Court by President
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Room to Read Jul 1
Is the boom in following the doing more harm than good?
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