Thousands of free books to be made available to disadvantaged children

The U.S. Department of Education will aid in providing 850,000 free books to schools and programs serving disadvantaged children as part of a 2008 Summer Reading Initiative. "Summer reading ensures reading skills are fresh when students start a new school year," Education Secretary Margaret Spellings said. "We know ... that the more time students spend reading, the better they perform."

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