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NEA’s Read Across America: Approved Logos

Download our official 2020-2021 logos here!
Published: 01/28/2021

Effective August 31, 2019, NEA will no longer have a licensing agreement with Dr. Seuss Enterprises. After August 31, NEA Affiliates and members may no longer use the old Read Across America logo with the Cat in the Hat leaning over U.S. map.

A new Read Across America logo has been developed and is now available to members and Association staff.

You may download and reproduce the logo for use in your NEA’s Read Across America event provided that you observe the logo usage guidelines.

If you’d like to purchase merchandise with the new logo, visit the Read Across America online store.

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NEA + Read Across America – Preferred (Blue)

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Read Across America (Black)

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    Read Across America (White)

    NEA + Read Across America Map (Blue)

    Read Across America Map for Co-Branding (Black)

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    Read Across America Map Logo for Co-branding (Blue)

    Read Across America Map for Co-Branding (White)

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