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Nominations are now closed for ILA's second annual 30 Under 30 list, but keep an eye out for the September/October 2016 issue of Literacy Today to see who gets selected. You'll read stories of outstanding up-and-coming educators, administrators, students, nonprofit leaders, advocates, and more who are advancing literacy for all around the globe.
What is the 30 Under 30 list? It debuted in 2015 to honor the next class of literacy champions who are transforming classrooms, the community, and the world. Check out the inaugural class of honorees here. If you know someone who should make the list, the next nomination period will open in March 2017.
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