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Reading In Motion Supporter, Liam Krehbiel, Highlighted by Northern Trust

Liam Krehbiel, Founder and CEO of A Better Chicago, was featured in Northern Trust’s Wealth as a philanthropist change maker. Reading In Motion is part of A Better Chicago’s portfolio of nonprofit organizations that benefit from the work Mr. Krehbiel and A Better Chicago does. Read the full Northern Trust article here. 

Lead Affects Reading Skills in Classrooms

Karl Androes, our Executive Director, is featured in Chicago Tribune article that focuses on the effects of lead in the classrooms. Read the full article here: http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/watchdog/ct-lead-poisoning-science-met-20150605-story.html#page=1

Ed Week Letter to the Editor

Our Executive Director, Karl Androes, recently wrote a Letter to the Editor of Education Week regarding an article about the relationship between the arts and reading and math results. Here is a link to the article.

Reading in Motion on NBC-5

NBC news tells the story of Reading In Motion’s “incredible” work in one South Side school Reading In Motion was featured on the NBC-5 News in Chicago in a story about our partnership with the South Shore Fine Arts Academy. The piece focused on our innovative use of music and drama to engage young students…

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Reading In Motion in the Racine Journal Times

The Racine, WI Journal Times recently did an article about Reading In Motion’s dual-language implementation in the Racine Unified School District. Here is a link to the article.

Reading In Motion in Crain’s Chicago Business

Reading In Motion was recently covered in Chicago United, a special supplement to Crain’s Chicago Business. Download the PDF here.

Reading In Motion Partners With CauseLabs

Reading In Motion Partners With CauseLabs To Boost Program’s Technology Capabilities So More Students Learn To Read Partnership focused on using technology tools to increase sustainability and scalability of successful school-based literacy program Denver, CO. – Sept. 8, 2014 – Reading In Motion and CauseLabs today announced their partnership to pursue new ways of sustainability…

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