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Highlights from The Central Texas Reading Survey

Central Texas Reading Survey

BookSpring’s Central Texas Reading Survey offers intriguing insights into the state of reading in Central Texas, and the implications for early literacy efforts in our community. We launched the assessment to provide you with real-time statistics that measure reading habits among… Read More

Celebrating Summer Success Readers

Pictured Left to Right: Holly Tompkins (Atlassian), Joel Gross (BookSpringEd Director), Alison Page (Atlassian) with Galindo Elementary reading champs Kathleen and Manuel.   We celebrated the completion of the Summer Success reading program today by partnering with Atlassian to… Read More

Lunch Series Invites You to Learn

Learn About Literacy and Non-Profits Together BookSpring’s new Lunch and Learns are for people who are curious about early literacy, non-profits, and BookSpring’s programs and services.  We will join together in an informal setting to consider and discuss… Read More

How to Create a Reader Friendly Home

Mariela Rodriguez, Communications Director  The promotion of literacy at home has long term benefits for the whole family. Reading together not only has developmental benefits, it increases the parent-child bond, creating healthier relationships and a more solid sense… Read More

Wanted: Healthcare Professionals Who Care About Academic Success

By Rachel Elliot, BookSpringRx Director Social science research shows a statistically significant correlation between the size of home libraries and children’s future academic success. According to Unite for Literacy’s book desert map, which analyzes variables including income, ethnicity,… Read More