Turn the Page KC was one of the Kansas City programs that caught the eye of the National League of Cities. In this 2013 file photo, Mayor Sly James spoke to a group of fourth-grade students at the Boys and Girls Clubs’ Thornberry Unit and their Summer Atomic Blast Summer Camp program. The program participates in Turn the Page KC, which aims to get all children reading at grade level by the third grade.
Turn the Page KC was one of the Kansas City programs that caught the eye of the National League of Cities. In this 2013 file photo, Mayor Sly James spoke to a group of fourth-grade students at the Boys and Girls Clubs’ Thornberry Unit and their Summer Atomic Blast Summer Camp program. The program participates in Turn the Page KC, which aims to get all children reading at grade level by the third grade. David Eulitt deulitt@kcstar.com
Turn the Page KC was one of the Kansas City programs that caught the eye of the National League of Cities. In this 2013 file photo, Mayor Sly James spoke to a group of fourth-grade students at the Boys and Girls Clubs’ Thornberry Unit and their Summer Atomic Blast Summer Camp program. The program participates in Turn the Page KC, which aims to get all children reading at grade level by the third grade. David Eulitt deulitt@kcstar.com

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