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Curriculet Changing the way kids read — and how teachers create, share and teach. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero After spending the decade before founding Curriculet as the founder and principal of two KIPP schools, there were two major problems Jason Singer wanted to solve. “First and foremost, I want students to spend their school-age years falling in love with reading and making it a lifelong passion,” says Jason, but “In fact the opposite is true. By the time students graduate from high school roughly 20 percent of them read for pleasure. So much about Curriculet seeks to solve this problem,” he says of the digital reading platform. Tosca Consultants - Répertoire des logiciels métier pour bibliot Les logiciels métier destinés aux bibliothèques Depuis 1995, tous les ans, Tosca consultants réalise des enquêtes de marché portant sur les logiciels métier destinés aux bibliothèques. Livres Hebdo et Archimag rendent compte régulièrement de ces enquêtes. Après une rapide présentation et une synthèse de l'enquête annuelle, la présente rubrique présente les tableaux de synthèse complémentaires des publications mais trop volumineux pour y figurer : Présentation de l'enquête 2016 Qui participe à l'enquête ?
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Books in the home as important as parents education level: University of Nevada, Reno Whether rich or poor, residents of the United States or China, illiterate or college graduates, parents who have books in the home increase the level of education their children will attain, according to a 20-year study led by Mariah Evans, University of Nevada, Reno associate professor of sociology and resource economics. For years, educators have thought the strongest predictor of attaining high levels of education was having parents who were highly educated. But, strikingly, this massive study showed that the difference between being raised in a bookless home compared to being raised in a home with a 500-book library has as great an effect on the level of education a child will attain as having parents who are barely literate (3 years of education) compared to having parents who have a university education (15 or 16 years of education). Both factors, having a 500-book library or having university-educated parents, propel a child 3.2 years further in education, on average.