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June 18, 2024
Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston X Write the World

In this collaborative six-week program, teens expressed themselves, connected with peers, and developed essential writing skills. Read some of the pieces shared by the teens! 

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May 21, 2024
AASL Announces 2024 Best Digital Tools for Teaching & Learning

Write the World was recognized as an inclusive and engaging digital tool librarians can use with learners or in collaboration with classroom teachers.




April 19, 2024
NonProfit PRO: 40 Nonprofit Trends for 2024

Includes Write the World's Brittany Collin's ideas on how to incorporate AI tools as a nonprofit.



January 1, 2024
eSchool News: 64 Predictions about Edtech Trends in 2024

Includes Write the World's David Weinstein's predictions on the future of AI in writing education.



December 8, 2023
EdSurge: Writing a College Essay That Stands Out

With heightened pressure around the college essay, students need more experience and confidence in narrative writing.


November 29, 2023
Teach Thought: Four Ways To Support Grieving Students Through Writing

Writing offers a way to differentiate instruction for students who are affected by bereavement; here's what teachers should know.


November 17, 2023
How to Counter Book Bans: Pink Tries a New Approach

Write the World's Brittany Collins offers educational approaches to counter book bans.




September 26, 2023
Helping Your Teen with Their College Essay Doesn’t Need to Be the Worst

Tips for parents to help their teens through the college essay writing process.



October 18, 2022
Malala Stories: The breeze in my hair on a motorcycle

Afghan student Muska Ehsan writes about breaking social norms in this award-winning op-ed from Write the World’s gender equality competition.


October 11, 2022
Malala Stories: Liberated from pajeon

14-year-old student Maya Zankowski writes about gender equality and her great-grandmother in this award-winning article from Write the World’s op-ed competition


May 15, 2022
BC: Ecological Hospitality

The inaugural Guestbook-Write the World Award for Best Student Writing on Ecological Hospitality was presented to Ezimadu Ugorji, a 17-year-old student from Nigeria, for his piece "From the Farm.”


April 13, 2022
Girl Power Talk: Helping Young Writers Bloom with Write the World

David Weinstein, founder of Write The World, shares his vision behind creating a global community of empathetic, talented, and young writers.



March 17, 2022
Seventeen: Ukrainian Teens Share What It's Like Running from the War

"Physically unable to scream or push or cry or even say something after a number of sleepless nights, I just believed in this. Simply going with the flow. And somehow I got on (the train). And somehow I was lucky."



August 21, 2020
Edutopia: 8 Strategies to Improve Participation in Your Virtual Classroom
As Covid-19 keeps people home, educators share their best synchronous and asynchronous strategies to boost student participation.


July 9, 2020
WTW's Global network of young people write poems to cope with climate crisis
The World’s climate solutions segment The Big Fix is featuring some young poets and their words on climate change in a series starting this week.


November 15, 2018
The New York Times: Out of the Classroom and Into the World
The New York Times lists 70-Plus Places to Publish Teenage Writing and Art.


February 12, 2018
Top 10 Best Grammar & Writing Apps For Middle School Students
The Tech Edvocate presents their list of the best grammar and writing apps for middle school students.


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