How the Library of Congress is Advancing Children's Education With New Technologies

Librarian of Congress, Dr. Carla Hayden weighs in on the future of education in conjunction with the Library of Congress.
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You talk to hear me again your your acceptance speech about what it means for children all over the country to be able to access things. Like Rosa Parks is letters see him as she rode it. What do you think that means for just the future of education. When you think about it trial they concede that sitting and honor. A small library in a rural area that has really no access to. Many resource as a child sits at home doing homework. Or child that's in the big city and it can't hit to our public library. That's going to make what they have to work with. As they are doing homework. So much easier for them to go to school the next day. And say I've got my report and I was saying the pulled out all of these things absolutely.

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