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Discovery: Caching In to Speed up Data Access; Prof Studies Cochlear Implants & Literacy

by | Aug 10, 2018
Also, UT Southwestern makes discoveries in pediatric kidney cancer. Here are some of the research projects underway in North Texas aimed at making our lives better.
SMU, LIFT Team Moving On in $7M Literacy XPRIZE Contest
by | Jun 22, 2018
For reaching this stage of the contest, the Dallas team will receive $100,000 and will be recognized Saturday at the American Library Association Annual Conference and Exhibition in New Orleans.
Cause Studio
Defying the Odds: Cause Studio Gives Nonprofit Professionals, Organizations Tools to Succeed
by | Mar 19, 2018
Since 2015, Cause Studio has offered an incubator for early-stage nonprofits. In its newest program, it plans to create a workforce pipeline for nonprofit professionals.
Pizza Hut
Pizza Hut Fundraising Campaign Targets Global Literacy
by | Feb 27, 2018
The fundraising campaign runs through April 15, supporting the company’s goal of transforming the lives of 100 million people in 10 years through reading.

Fort Worth’s Reading with Barbers Creates a Space for Learning in Ordinary Places

by | Aug 14, 2017
Nine barbershops in areas with underperforming schools will provide patrons with a bookshelf of choices.
Dallas Team 1 of 8 Moving on in Literacy XPRIZE Contest
by | Jul 19, 2017
PeopleForWords — made up of members from Southern Methodist University and Dallas-based Literacy Instruction for Texas — was selected from 109 teams.
Program Teaches South Dallas Kids Value of Literacy
by | Jul 11, 2017
The Pease Freedom School is part of a national program working to engage young people of color to instill confidence and close the achievement gap.
FW Literacy Partnership Unveils STAAR Data Dashboard
by | May 11, 2017
Users can track STAAR reading results from 2012 to 2016 on the dashboard, which is free of charge.

SMU, LIFT Team Up on App to Unlock Literacy & $3M Prize

by | Nov 7, 2016
In Dallas County, Literacy Instruction for Texas estimates more than one million or one-third of the county’s population in 2030 will be illiterate.