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Language Portal of Canada 4 Jan 18
Did you know that it is now possible to produce text from digital files?
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Matthew Sag Aug 5
Replying to @matthewsag
I have tried to make EROC as accessible as possible. The traditional Blue Book conventions used in law are incredibly hostile to the visually disabled and I see no reason to perpetuate the conventional practice of that exclusion by design.
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Norma Nelson 22 Jun 18
Where I am today: in Dallas, TX with amazing women and mentors. Why I write? Because ! Read about how we need to close the literacy gap in my Op-Ed here:
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Holly Renken 21 Nov 15
Thank you for taking the time to sign my book and for writing for young adults!
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Miami School 6 Feb 15
Miami School's I Love To Read Month Calendar
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Margaret P. Haddix 21 Nov 15
Replying to @msrenken
. You're welcome! I agree--
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LIFT Texas 2 Apr 15
Leading women's rights org RUWON is visiting to train in LIFT’s programs to implement in Nepal
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VOTE-NOLA 3 Feb 18
Great work ! New Jersey reverses their ban on 'The New Jim Crow' in prisons after the ACLU highlighted how it was unconstitutional!
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Jessica Pearson Feb 28
Replying to @GJaneteas
I’m excited to put these plans into action with you and your amazing students!
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Pri Srinivasa Jul 1
“Every peak is a crater. This is the law of volcanos, making them eternally and visibly female. No height without depth, without a burning core...” oof Adrienne Rich my heart is set aflame😍
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Reading Partners NYC Dec 10
Today is National Human Rights Day. This year's theme goes hand in hand with what Reading Partners believes, that you are "Never too young to change the world." We help empower our students through literacy everyday!
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Kimberleigh Nichols Garcia Gutierrez 17 Aug 15
Excited about OG training & what it means 4 our kids!
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CA_Ambassador Nov 24
This article reads like a modern day Dickens novel... ironically. How many inmates have turned their lives around from education and the freedom to READ?
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Teresa Franks Dec 6
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Teresa Franks Nov 26
This is a travesty. We're talking about reading: the most critical factor in a child's future happiness, wealth, and contribution to democracy. WHY are we clinging to this lie? Why are our schools putting good $$ after bad?
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Teresa Franks Nov 22
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