Durham, N.C., schools reaping rewards of early literacy program

01/6/2004 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

The Literacy Collaborative, a time-intensive early reading program, is helping minority children at Merrick-Moore Elementary School in Durham, N.C., close the achievement gap. Durham Public Schools Superintendent Ann Denlinger credits the program, which runs $20,000 per teacher in training and supply costs, with steadily and consistently improving students' reading skills.

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