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Researchers to offer ideas to address Schenectady's reading problem

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Educational researchers will have some bad news for Schenectady on Monday: There’s no easy solution to the city’s reading problem, 6,000 students unable to read at their own grade level. Rosalind Kotz and Scot Felderman have researched the studies on reading, poverty and early education. There are solutions, they say, but no single program will be enough. They will present their findings Monday at 7 p.m. in the McChesney Room of the main branch of ...

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