2014 Mass Literacy Champions
Calling all outstanding literacy providers! Mass Literacy is accepting applications for the 2016 Mass Literacy Champions Awards now through March 31. This awards program recognizes and rewards Massachusetts literacy providers who have made significant contributions to literacy education. Recipients will join the ranks of 70 teachers, volunteers, librarians, and other literacy providers who have been named Mass Literacy Champions since 2003.
Award winners will receive:
- A $1000 grant for program development
- A professionally produced video for your organization valued at $1000
- Statewide recognition as a Mass Literacy Champion
- Visibility and recognition in the media
- Publishing opportunities
- The opportunity to serve as an adviser to Mass Literacy
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Help celebrate diversity in children’s books by adding a free diverse book to your classroom bookshelf or school library. In honor of Multicultural Children’s Book Day (MCCBD) which took place this past January, MCCBD is continuing to honor different cultures by giving teachers a free hardcover diversity children’s or young adult book. Teachers can sign up to receive a free book for their classroom through June 2016. Read More »
What will you be doing on February 24? Will you be joining millions of people in over 100 countries for World Read Aloud Day (WRAD)? WRAD is an initiative developed by LitWorld to inspire readers across the globe. With literacy being a key factor in determining lifelong success in children worldwide, organizations such as Mass Literacy have joined LitWorld to help share information about the importance of reading aloud.
With only two days left until WRAD, here are 3 tips to encourage a read aloud routine on World Read Aloud Day and every day: Read More »
Reading aloud envelops both the reader and the listener together in a warm embrace of words. Here is a list of titles to make that magic happen: Read More »
World Read Aloud Day is February 24, 2016. This global initiative “calls global attention to the importance of reading aloud and sharing stories,” according to LitWorld, the founder of the event. To help you celebrate this exciting day on a local scale, here are six ideas to get you started: Read More »