Senate panel to take up bill on reading programs WRAL.com JUNEAU, Alaska — The Senate Education Committee plans to hear a bill that would require school districts to have a strategy in place for addressing reading deficiencies in students in...
Librarian gives kids a love of reading Corvallis Gazette Times Kiefer's 20-year tenure at the Corvallis library, according to colleagues, has been defined by his partnership with community organizations to help children and families, and his...
abc11.com legislators hear complaints about reading tests News & Observer Thousands of third-graders facing a blast of high-stakes reading tests may soon get a reprieve if the State Board of Education approves more ways schools can show students...
Little Free Libraries popping up for pleasure of reading Herald & Review A subscriber to that notion, and an avid reader, Judy Selle is apparently the first Decatur resident to offer a Little Free Library at her home.
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