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Implementing Children's Rights to Read

By Alina O'Donnell
 | Mar 04, 2019
In September, ILA launched a global movement aimed at ensuring every child has access to the education, opportunities, and resources needed to read. ILA’s Children’s Rights to Read—ten fundamental rights ILA asserts that every child deserves—frames reading as an issue of equity and social justice. 

Since then, more than 1,000 individuals and organizations, representing over 50 countries; 30 organizations; 20 schools, districts, and universities; and 175,000 students, have pledged support to the initiative, which focuses on activating educators, policymakers and literacy partners to join ILA in their efforts to raise awareness of these Rights and see them realized for every child, everywhere.

In this blog series, teachers and literacy professionals share how they are implementing the Rights in their daily practice.

Alina O'Donnell is the communications strategist at ILA and the editor of Literacy Daily. 

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