This year has seen schools across the country turn to virtual classrooms over physical ones, for obvious reasons. Distance learning helps keep people safe.  But school isn’t just for kids.  If you’ve had time to rethink your priorities and reevaluate your life over the last six months, then you might be ready to take a… Continue Reading ›

Rumor has it that William Shakespeare, perhaps the most well-known name in English literature, used his time in quarantine to write some of his most famous plays, including King Lear and Macbeth. Elizabethans battled plenty of plague outbreaks during the late 1500s and early 1600s. Like the world right now, the world of the Bard… Continue Reading ›

Thousands of schools celebrated Read Across America Day last week, a program founded over 20 years ago to encourage a love of reading — and a boost in literacy — for kids and their caregivers. Traditionally held on Dr. Seuss’s birthday (March 2nd), Read Across America has shifted towards a year-round mission to get pages… Continue Reading ›