By Sarah Hollander
By Carla Meyer
Chances are, you’ve acquired good communication skills over the years. Why not share them with children?
Shirley Dolland
By Pamela Schmid
Interested in a community-level volunteer opportunity that can truly make a difference in the life of a child and his or her future? We're looking for people to be paired as volunteer literacy tutors to help children attending school in Boston and Revere improve their reading and literacy skills.
Barb Aaron
Students who don’t learn to read by fourth grade are far less likely to graduate from high school, and in D.C. public schools, only two-thirds of students are graduating.
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A little bit of time makes a big difference.  Join AARP Colorado and Serve Colorado for our "Book on into Reading" book drive to benefit the students of Rocky Mountain Elementary School in Clifton, CO.  Our goal is to ensure that these children become successful readers by the end of third grade.
As a charter sponsor of the 15th annual Library of Congress National Book Festival, AARP invites members in the D.C. metro area to join in the fun Sept. 5 at the Washington Convention Center.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - October 24, 2013:Harmony, a first grader in Delilah Montemayor's class is tutored by AARP Experience Corps volunteer Margaret Plenty at Cramp Elementary School.
AARP Experience Corps, a highly successful intergenerational effort, is expanding in the Phoenix area. By enlisting volunteers 50 and older as tutors, Experience Corps has made significant headway in helping children who have struggled with reading in grades K-3.
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