1 in 4 children in America grow up without learning how to read
Source(s): National Institute for Literacy, National Center for Adult Literacy, The Literacy Company, U.S. Census Bureau

Mesquite High School student athletes pay it forward

Posted on: 01/05/2023

Mesquite High School positive role models pay it forward in their Arizona community.

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South Creek High School student athletes

Posted on: 12/03/2022

South Creek high school student athletes paying it forward in their NC community.  

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Beaufort High School Reading Program

Posted on: 11/17/2022

Beaufort High School student athletes read with 2nd graders at Coosa Elementary.  Beaufort High School continues their impact as local role models in their community. 

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Baldwin Wallace engages with students to promote reading

Posted on: 11/14/2022

This is the first year of partnership between the Gilles-Sweet 2nd grade classrooms and Baldwin Wallace athletes/department of education students through the 2nd & 7 literacy outreach program. 

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WorldReader Partnership: 2nd & 7 Pairs Athlete Role Models with Second Graders to Prioritize Reading

Posted on: 10/14/2022

Football teams often have their Hog Mollie players as a way to advance on the field. The 2nd & 7 Foundation allows children to push forward to their futures with Hog Mollies, too. When our partner 2nd & 7 began publishing in 2007, they started with their Hog Mollies book series—now available on BookSmart. What began as a term for offensive linemen soon became a collection of stories with meaningful messages for every child.

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