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Acharya Sri Gopal Kṛiṣhṇa Sep 8
Education is the best investment for make to fight poverty. I believe every child has the right to learn & live. Be blessed all
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edutopia Sep 8
Literacy is “an instrument to empower individuals, communities and societies." Thank you, teachers.
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Staysure Sep 10
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Tana Wuliji Sep 8
My grandparents couldn't read or write. They pushed my parents to go to university. They both became academics! So proud.
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Karen Boyd Sep 8
Even when we are by ourselves when we read, reading is a highly social act.
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Gabriela Anna Cieploch Aug 14
This year on International will explore the benefits and opportunities of combined approaches to and development. Save the date and learn more here >> ✍️
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LitWorld Sep 8
Happy International ! Today and every day we celebrate literacy as the key to a joyful, empowered life.
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Amanda Winsor Sep 8
Children born to literate mothers are 50% more likely to survive beyond the age of 5 than children born to moms who cannot read
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edutopia Sep 8
Celebrate 50 years of with a good book.
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Kim Jémus✨ May 23
So excited to be at the Literacy Across Alberta session today! It is going to be a great day of learning & sharing.
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Sara-Jayne King Sep 8
Happy Literacy Day booklovers! Please donate your well-loved books after reading.
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Jama Musse Jama Sep 10
The is over but I didn't finish El Compagno Fidel: How the self-discpline of a man can shape entire chapter of world history.
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UN Education Report Sep 9
How can literacy be promoted in a multilingual society?
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COPA90 US Sep 8
Did Montpellier spell their own name wrong on every single kit this year? Yes they did. Happy international .
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ULA Sep 8
In honor of , what books, articles and stories have inspired you?
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UN Women Sep 8
781 million adults & 126 youth worldwide lack basic literacy skills. More than 60% of them are women.
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SF Said Sep 8
Thank you to all the teachers, librarians, booksellers, reading helpers & everyone else who helps us find LIFE-CHANGING BOOKS!
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EU in Jordan Sep 8
Happy International ! The supports children's access to quality education & to achieve functional levels of literacy
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National Museum of American History Sep 8
When kids learned to read in the 1800s, some of their reading material was a bit morbid:
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UNESCO Sep 9
"The lack of a reading culture is felt in our schools. Students struggle to understand what they read"
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