In Tampa, Florida, there was a daffodil named Jack.Read More
that great leaps in learning can come from one-on-one attention, that building writing skills leads to success, and that young people have important things to say.
help students write their own paths forward—and have fun doing it. At risk for a zombie apocalypse? We've got a writing workshop lesson plan for that. Running for Kid President? We can help a student craft her winning platform. From the serious to the silly, we're ready to create with you.
If you stand on any corner in our nation’s capital, close your eyes and listen to your heartbeat.Read More
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Summer 2020 has, to put it mildly, been rough. Throughout everything, 826DC has continued to serve young writers and to offer the creative space to either escape from or take on what’s weighing heaviest on young people right now.Read More
Tiffany and Alexandra, two wonderful AmeriCorps VISTA service members, recently joined the 826DC team! Check out this Q&A to get to know them both a little better.Read More
Ron Charles, Book Critic at The Washington Post, reviewed “We Matter: Notes from Generation Z,” 826DC’s new essay collection by local seventh-grade scholars…Read More
We’re looking for two passionate, diligent, and thoughtful AmeriCorps VISTA members to join our team.Read More
Who better to introduce “We Matter: Notes from DC’s Generation Z,” by local seventh-grade students, than their incredible teacher?Read More