Libraries are the other public education system. In many ways, they have the potential to do things that public schools cannot: libraries have no tests, standards, regulations, and so on. Yet, they have scale. In New York City, they are in all neighborhoods and offer a physical space to learn for free. In this post from Maria Popover’s Brainpickings, she shares a wonderful story about a girl whose life was saved by a mobile library. Grab your library card and check it out –>
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