Maryland Book Bank helps teachers stock shelves for the school year – CBS Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WJZ) – The Maryland Book Bank is now working with teachers to stock their shelves.

The Book Bank is a book distribution program that helps children in disadvantaged communities. The program helps children across the state gain access to reading materials.

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In a quote on their website:

“For over 20 years, Book Bank has been part of the Baltimore Reads Inc. non-profit organization. At that time, Book Bank provided over 1.8 million books to children, teachers, to schools and other organizations, saving those who received the books over 14 million. dollars and provide vital educational resources to those in need.

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Over time, the book bank expanded to include the Home Library program for second graders at participating schools as well as our social enterprise book sale operation which helped fund the programs. organisation.

The book bank also helps teachers stock shelves for their students and build a classroom library.

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