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Author Line-up Announced: Celebration of Reading in Houston

The Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy, Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation Announce Final Author Line-up for Houston Celebration of Reading  For Immediate Release – Houston, Texas: The Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy, in partnership with the Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation, announced today a final line-up of authors who will participate in the […]

Countdown to Celebration of Reading in Houston – Join us April 24th!

Reserve your seat for the 20th Annual Celebration of Reading in Houston today! Join Bush family members and authors Eric Blehm, author of Fearless: The Undaunted Courage and Ultimate Sacrifice of Navy SEAL Team SIX Operator Adam Brown; John Grisham, a returning star from our very first Celebration; Christina Baker Kline, nonfiction writer of  Orphan Train; and Walter Isaacson, author of the recent biography of Steve […]

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March Madness Launches…#BarbaraBush25

Pictured: Co-Chair Doro Bush Koch, President George H.W. Bush, Foundation Board Member Tim Gage, Founder Mrs. Barbara Bush and Foundation President Liza McFadden This month marks the 25th Anniversary of the Barbara Bush Foundation. Thursday, March 6th, to be exact, is the official quarter-century mark of our national nonprofit. To honor our founder and her […]

Inspiring Change: Women’s History Month

A Message from Our President Even 50 years after President Lyndon B. Johnson declared a war on poverty, the United States is experiencing the highest poverty rates that we have seen since the 1960s.  Nearly 50 million Americans live in poverty, an astounding one out of every six people. For women, the burden of poverty […]

Virtual Adult Ed Program in Maine Earns Tangible Award

Suppose you are an adult education director in rural Maine. Your school district covers 440-square miles, including 11 small towns separated by hundreds of miles. Rural isolation is a serious problem. In addition, 72 percent of the population is low-income with limited transportation and childcare options. But in each town there are people who want to be the […]

Mentors: Making a Difference for Tomorrow’s Leaders

THE ALTERNATIVE Volume 2/Issue 1 Read the original story HERE. After six sessions with his reading mentee, High School Freshman Stanley Louis-Jeune, from Alonzo & Tracey Mourning Senior High announced to his reading coordinator “I didn’t think I could learn so much by helping someone else”.  Mentoring relationships benefit both mentor and the mentee, allowing them […]

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