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ENGAGING STUDENTS

At CEEAS we believe in the power of reading–for fun, to explore worlds beyond your own, to dream and wonder. Through Unbound, we offer students in juvenile justice agencies across the country the chance to participate in a nationwide readathon each February.

At CEEAS we know how powerful it can be to read poetry and to write and express yourself using poetry. So, each April we sponsor Words Unlocked, our nationwide poetry initiative and contest.

The holiday season can be particularly challenging for students held in juvenile justice settings–as they are away from home and loved ones. At CEEAS we address this through Sending Some Love, our holiday book recording project. Sending Some Love gives young people who are locked up an opportunity to share, express themselves, and combat their feelings of loneliness and isolation during the holiday season.

As a part of our commitment to increasing students’ in juvenile justice settings exposure to technology, we encourage teachers to participate in the worldwide Hour of Code week that runs in December of each year. The Hour of Code, organized by Code.org, introduces students of all ages and grade levels to computer science by having them complete an hour-long coding activity.

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