Reading Nation Featured on Spectrum News 1 NC

A team at UNCG MLIS is working to improve literacy for tribal children and families, with the help of a $1.4 million grant from The Institute of Museum and Library Services. “We’re going to try and address all the barriers from a book access standpoint,” said Dr. Anthony Chow, Project Director and Associate Professor in the UNCG Library and Information Science department. “So, we can’t control a lot of those major societal issues, but what we can do is shift the way we get books in the children’s hands.”

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