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Give An Education
In Cambodia, poverty forces many children to enter the labor market as young as 12 years old. Without education, a life of poverty is imminent.
Free classes offer these children a way out, but most families are too poor to provide the proper supplies.
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Writers On the Magic of Reading
What is the point of literature? How does it enrich our lives? And why do we keep going back? Hear what renowned authors have to say »
On September 21st – 27th, bookworms around the U.S. will be celebrating the freedom to read during Banned Books Week 2014.
Are you a banned book reader? Check out the video below to hear passages from some of America’s most frequently banned and censored books, and find out how many you’ve read.
Teaching is one of the most important jobs in the world. But it's widely known that teachers aren't being paid fairly. One senator from Alabama thinks that keeping teachers' salaries low is a biblical mandate that ensures only the most dedicated individuals enter the profession.
Tell Senator McGill you don't agree with his logic and that teachers should be paid based on merit.
Give vulnerable girls in western Nepal the chance for an education and a future instead of a life of indentured service.
Nepal Youth Foundation works with indigenous families subsisting as farm laborers, providing an alternative to selling their daughters. They compensate the families for lost wages and support the girls while they attend school. You can help give a girl a new life.