The advice I would give is to end segregation because it’s not fair. Also not to cheat on tests.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.
We hear birds in the city. A bird chirps when singing a song. When birds chirp, it is harmony.Read More
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Featured News, Press and stories from 826DC
Meet Dominique Doonquah, 826DC’s new School Residency Manager! She has joined the team to lead the much-loved Young Authors’ Book Project (YABP), in addition to running other in-school writing residencies throughout the school year.Read More
826DC is officially reopening for in-person writing adventures this fall! We’re delighted—and determined to do this right.Read More
My name is Nate Schwartz and I want to tell you why 826DC is such a great place to intern.Read More
Last week, we joined forces with the DC Charter School Alliance and one of our teacher partners from Bridges PCS to talk about the Young Authors’ Book Project (YABP), one of 826DC’s free writing programs!Read More
826DC recently featured in a Washington Independent Review of Books story about “area arts organizations every writer (and reader) should know.”Read More