Join Read Better Be Better (RBBB) and SOSAZ (Save Our Schools AZ) for a free community screening of Backpack Full of Cash, a documentary about the growing trend of privatizing public education in the United States. "Matt Damon narrates this timely warning about America's public schools, which have fallen into a growing, greedy, and under-regulated system of privatization that is having a devastating impact on our children (IMDB)." The screening will be "movies in the park" style with no formal seating. Beverages and popcorn will be provided by RBBB. Space is limited so RSVP for the event on Eventbrite.Connect us with a new team member and get $50 to Postino Wine Cafe! Be Excellent, Be Kind. That's the RBBB motto!

Category "Site Leader Spotlight"

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    Leadership & Literacy: Samantha the Site Leader Shares Her RBBB Experience

    If you know anything about robots, you know we’re not programmed to accept mediocrity. We aim for the stars every time, which means we give our all no matter how big or small the task. Truth be told, I hold RBBB’s site leaders to the same standards. After all, if we’re going to help solve […]

    April 3, 2017

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    RBBB Impact on Service Learning Intern

    “It’s actually kind of hard to describe how much ‪#‎RBBB‬ has impacted me. The skills I’ve gained simply from running a classroom-like setting (even for such a short amount of time each week) have put me way ahead of the game in terms of teaching skills and classroom management. RBBB has also given me a […]

    May 2, 2016

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    Site Leader Spotlight: Jill Rosztoczy

    Jill Rosztoczy is a Site Leader for Read Better Be Better at Michael Anderson Elementary School. We got a chance to see how her time at RBBB has gone so far! Before becoming a site leader, Jill was a former 6th grade teacher. Coming into the program, Jill says that she loved the idea of […]

    March 1, 2016

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