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  • Volunteers help KC elementary school readers

    Volunteers at Primitivo Garcia Elementary School help students improve their reading skills, part of KC Mayor Sly James' Turn the Page KC program, which appears to be a success.

Volunteers at Primitivo Garcia Elementary School help students improve their reading skills, part of KC Mayor Sly James' Turn the Page KC program, which appears to be a success. Shane Keyser and Joe Robertson The Kansas City Star
Volunteers at Primitivo Garcia Elementary School help students improve their reading skills, part of KC Mayor Sly James' Turn the Page KC program, which appears to be a success. Shane Keyser and Joe Robertson The Kansas City Star

Turn the Page KC succeeds in mobilizing crusade for reading, but thornier tasks remain

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