Revolutionizing Schools in Kenya
By: Brittni Devlin
Education is something that is often taken for granted in developed countries. We have all faked a cold to get out of class or complained that the weekend was way too short. Education has become a luxury to us, but it is important to remember that it is a privilege that many have to fight for.
Don't Underestimate the Power of Reading For Pleasure
By: Sarah Marchant
Both scientific studies and public opinion have always leaned toward literary fiction being superior to popular fiction. Literature has been proven to help you understand the mental states of others and develop greater empathy. In contrast,...
The READ Act: Improving the Future of Education
By Matthew Russo
Photo Credit: Committee on Science, Space & Technology
Thanks to overwhelming public support and an effective call-to-arms from some of our country’s leading minds, the Reinforcing Education Accountability in Development Act (or READ for short) of 2017 passed unanimously in the House...
Celebrating Dr. Seuss
By: Amy Block-Muzekari
Photo Credit: Blair Public Library
On March 2nd, we celebrate the one and only Dr. Seuss’s birthday.
Theodore Seuss Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss, wrote and illustrated 44 children’s books between 1937 and 1990. Additionally, he produced several films and television programs.
Many of his stories...