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RBBB writes:

RBBB is Hiring Site Leaders!

We are hiring site leaders! If you are passionate about the ‪#‎RBBB‬ mission and want to ‪#‎BeBetter‬, please contact us or click here to learn more! Please share!

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2016 RBBB Independent Evaluation

Looking for a conversation starter for your social get-togethers this weekend? We have just the thing! Did you know? 2016 Independent Evaluation states that “#RBBB has notable effects on participants’ reading skills, significantly strong effects on their general perception as a reader and, most importantly, significant improvement in reading according to DIBELS, DAZE and AimsWeb […]

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RBBB writes:

Welcome Kelsey Pinckney to the RBBB team!!

We are excited and proud to announce that Kelsey Pinckney has accepted the full-time Program Coordinator position. Kelsey will be taking over day-to-day operations of Read Better Be Better, enabling Sophie to take on more fundraising responsibilities. Welcome to the ‪#‎RBBB‬ team Kelsey! Please share!

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RBBB writes:

Help support RBBB by using Amazon Smile!

We love it when you SMILE! Please click on the link below, sign-in to your Amazon.com account, and you will automatically be set-up to donate 0.5% of your purchases to #RBBB. Share the link with any friends and family who might want to support our programs! #BeBetter Click here: https://smile.amazon.com/ch/47-4003520 Please share!

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RBBB writes:

RBBB Summer Program

Did you know summer learning loss creates a 2.5 – 3 year learning gap between children of low and middle income families by the time they reach the fifth grade? (AZ Center for Afterschool Excellence Study) This summer, Read Better Be Better will again partner with Valley of the Sun United Way and The Boys […]

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RBBB writes:

3rd Grader Striving to #ReadBetter!!

Melanie, a 3rd grader at Michael Anderson, repeatedly tried to attend ‪#‎RBBB‬ sessions even though she was not a participant in the program, explaining to the Site Leader that she “just wanted to read better too.” After improving her words per minute to 61, she became one word over the threshold for participation! We were […]

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