The Learning A-Z/UNICEF Classroom Challenge

POSTED: March 12, 2021Category: NewsBY: Steve

AISA Associate Member Learning A-Z has a novel way to support communities around the world. Starting in March 2021, students around the world will have the exciting opportunity to read and earn stars, which they can turn into more meals and clean water for needy families and communities.

Throughout the world, Learning A-Z students outside the U.S. can donate clean drinking water to families and communities that need it most around the globe. One student’s donation will provide 10 days of clean drinking water, while one mega donation will provide a full month of clean drinking water.

UNICEF Kid Power® is a free UNICEF USA program that offers interactive videos to help children discover how their everyday activities—such as moving and learning—can make a difference in the world.

Click Here to learn more about the Learning A-Z/UNICEF Classroom Challenge.

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