Books & Beyond in the News
Books & Beyond is receiving publicity! Check out the links below to read articles about the project.
Books & Beyond receives AmeriCorps positions with Indiana Campus Compact. See the press release, “IU Bloomington Awarded AmeriCorps positions for Student Service and Engagement”
IU School of Education website publishes news release about the Books & Beyond project, “SOE Professor part of IU partnership personally delivering new books to a Rwanda School”
Indiana University news release highlights the Books & Beyond project in an article titled, “IU Partnership Personally Delivering New Books To A Rwandan School This Week“.
Rwanda’s New Times newspaper publishes an article about the Books & Beyond project. Read the article, Rwandan, US Students Publish Book
Tonic.com highlights Ali Nagle’s efforts to bring Newark students to Africa in an online article titled, What Started As a Charter School in Newark Has Turned Into So Much More
The IU College of Arts & Sciences makes Books & Beyond one of seven priorities for their Matching the Promise Campaign. View the Matching the Promisepriorities.
The IU Parents Association highlight the Global Village and the Books & Beyond project in the Spring 2010 Campus Link Newsletter Campus Link Spring 2010 newsletter
The Grio.com does a video and article about the TEAM in Africa Project at TEAM Schools.
The College Magazine highlights the Books & Beyond project. See page 4 of the publication at http://college.indiana.edu/alumni/office/magazine2009winter.shtml
Tonic.com an online news source that reports only positive news. Read the article” Success from Newark to Rwanda” http://www.tonic.com/article/newark-team-charter-school-students/
Indiana Daily Student covers Books & Beyond in a captivating article. Click on the link to read about the project. IDS covers Books & Beyond
University of Southern California highlights, Books & Beyond co-founder and TEAM Schools teacher, Ali Nagle. Read the article
Houston’s Jewish Herald Voice highlights Books & Beyond co-founder and Global Village Assistant Director, Lauren Caldarera. Read the article.