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Kane Elementary School has new reading program

November 1, 2011

No reading textbook to carry home from school every day?
That’s right.
Under a new reading program at the Kane Elementary School, students can “read anything they want” when they go home as long as they read, Principal Linda Lorenzo said.
She said the students are directed to read books, magazines or newspapers for “at least 20 minutes” at home each day after school. When they’re finished reading, students are expected to discuss what they’ve read with a parent or an older sibling.

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