One Book, One Community Collaboration

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Educational collaborators Suzanne Sannwald, Anthony Devine, and Stephanie Macceca share their experience hosting a One Book, One Community event in their school district, highlighting the roles of technology, access, and community partnerships in making this exciting opportunity a reality.

We have heard about other schools and districts hosting One Book, One Community events over the years, and it’s an idea that we’ve floated and explored multiple times but never had success at making a reality, until this year. We’ve taken some time to unpack and reflect on the experience, and what we realize is that it has embodied and enabled community building in multiple ways…

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