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  • Writer's pictureLTC Staff

By focusing on literacy and book access, you can have a closer look at the unfair distribution of resources.

In some cases, children may rarely come in contact with a book outside of school. 

“What would this do to a child’s sense of hope?” asked Susan Neuman, a national literacy expert who studies book access. “What would this do to their aspirations? Their goals? If they never saw a book, why would they want to become literate? There’s no reason. I mean, the environment has an enormous impact on children’s learning.”

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