It's well known that reading to children helps their brains develop, but not every child has that advantage after school hours. One principal in Texas is working to fix that. At Homer Drive Elementary School, Principal Belinda George goes the extra mile for her 680 students — or scholars, as she calls them — with what she calls “Tucked-In Tuesday.”

Jim Braude on how it sometimes really does take a village — even a virtual one — to help raise a child.