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As advocates of literacy and critical thinking, we work toward a civil and just society, advancing the ultimate promise of democracy—participation for all.
Our courses, virtual coaching, consultation days, webinars, and video tutorials are designed to develop and expand inquiry-based instructional
We offer thought-provoking anthologies of fiction and nonfiction materials for readers of all ages, classroom libraries, teacher support materials, discussion guides, and more.
We excited to announce publication of Counterparts, an exciting new collection that features pairings of texts that complement or play off of one another in interesting ways. We carefully selected readings across genres and time periods on topics such as love, art, science, war, gender, authorship, and others. Here are a few of the topics
We were excited to hear Israeli Consul General Roey Gilad speak again last night at the Commemoration of Israeli-German Relations. This former With Malice Toward None panelist and his peers celebrated and discussed the last fifty years of diplomatic relations between Germany and Israel.
As an avid reader and devoted movie buff, I enjoy discussing movies as much as discussing books. If the film is adapted from a book, the question—“Which is better, the book or the movie?”—pales in comparison to the question “Did the filmmakers capture or convey the meaning of the text?” As with a text, if a film conveys layers of meaning it can inspire engaging discussions.