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Sean Carrigan Sep 8
South Carolina is ranked 39th in literacy. Nationally, more than 30 million Americans cannot read, write or do basic math. Illiteracy is dangerous and costly. We need to fund public education and provide the proper resources to educate all Americans.
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Kate Matthews Sep 8
Today Sept 8th, 2018 is The Bing photo of the day is the Long Room of the library at Trinity College, Dublin Ireland. Isn't it beautiful those of us who are readers and writers I'm sure would love to spend time exploring this beautiful place.
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Jo Gray ⭐️ Sep 8
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Atheist on a Soapbox Sep 8
Knowing how to read is not enough. There are people who can read who are just as dumb as some who can’t. HOW MUCH you read and HOW WIDELY makes all the difference in the world!
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FITILA Sep 10
Still on the , see below some interesting literacy facts.
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Kasapo Manda 🇿🇲 Sep 8
in Ngombe compound. When people ask me what I do for fun... 😍😍 a sneak peak at our new reading corner the right to read, learn and grow
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Chris Gunness Sep 11
1. On the occasion of , the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics (PCBS) published a report on the illiteracy rate in Palestine and confirmed that it is one of the lowest in the world. RT
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Gone to Swan 🇨🇦🖊 Sep 8
My Dad taught me to read at age four and I’ve been devoted to it every day. It’s my nightly ritual and a gift I will never take for granted. Everyone should be so lucky (and get to have their own library).
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Abaarso School Sep 9
" will help you get a better understanding of the world. Reading will expand your . Reading will give you ." Narmene - 8th grade, winner of Abaarso's competition.
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Bernard Hancock Sep 8
Jacques Demers is a legendary Stanley cup winning coach and now a Senator (political appt. not the hockey team). And he was illiterate. A lot of ppl struggle w/ reading, but they’re not dumb. On , I wanna shout out those that struggled learning to read.
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Grant Bertamini Sep 8
"Why are we always teaching through stories?" I challenged the professor. "Why not just cut to the chase and use straightforward philosophical prose?" "Because," she answered, "metaphor is a prerequisite for empathy." She was right.
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Rich Cordray Sep 8
Today, on , check out our plan for early childhood development. Every child in Ohio deserves access to pre-school so they can be ready to read at grade level. Research shows how crucial high-quality care is between ages 0 and 5.
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Sen. Denise Batters Sep 8
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WholeLife Initiative For Development in Africa Sep 18
Still on the celebration with displaced children at Camp David in Area 1. We had 74 children in attendance along with 9 teachers of the School Without Walls. These are the nursery age children learning about a Lion Special thanks to
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Livewithposssibilities Sep 8
"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world." - Nelson Mandela
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Rinku Arvind Sep 8
On this that Savior of the world has come in India with tagline , who will make the earth like heaven & established complete peace on the earth & will give us complete salvation also, his name is
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SMERU Institute Sep 8
Happy . How is Indonesia's literacy level in a global perspective? In this paper, we provide a long-run overview of numeracy and literacy among 15-year-old Indonesians using an international test. Find out about results here:
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Judy Sunderland Sep 8
"Once you learn to read, you will be forever free."- Frederick Douglass
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Amanda Westland Jul 30
1 in 8 disadvantaged children don’t own a single book. They’ll never get to experience the joy of getting lost in a good story. Text 'GIFTOFREADING 7' to 70085 to donate £7 to the this to give the .
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