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Podcast: Will books about Costa Rica help kids read more?

Have you ever wondered why one book marked you more than others? The reasons can be many, but studies and experiences agree that when...

Teachers speak out: what our Education 506 community taught us about reading in Costa Rica

Today we come to the end of our “Let’s Read!” edition. For two months, we’ve focused on the importance of improving the reading skills...

Getting kids to read again

In a world where everything is now digitized and children often spend seemingly endless hours in front of a screen, it appears that the...

What does ‘intelligence’ really mean?

As humans, nature did not give us any physical organs designed exclusively for speech. The lungs, the mouth, the larynx, and even the vocal...

“Reading shaped who I am today”

I've always been a reader—even when it wasn't cool. Even when it was considered "nerdy" by others. The feeling of meticulously selecting a book...

Will books about Costa Rica help kids read more?

Milagro González Villalobos is always on the lookout for books. She knows to keep an eye out for hidden treasures. She’s the librarian and...

The little libraries of Tilarán

The act of "releasing a book" is very powerful. It allows you to share the pleasure of reading with others. But what does it...

Let’s talk about theater and reading

This episode of our podcast is bilingual. We talk about our trip to Teatro Espressivo in Curridabat with our kids; what they learned about...

How can Costa Ricans read more if they don’t have books?

“The cruel reality was that there were no books and there were no libraries. It was like a bucket of cold water," says Alda...

Costa Rica isn’t reading well — but what does this mean?

Do you know what percentage of 15-year-olds from Costa Rica are advanced readers at the highest level? According to an international test applied in 2018...
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