Baltimore County schools drop summer reading requirements

06/14/2004 | Sun (Baltimore), The

Noting that students have to take responsibility for their own learning, Baltimore County (Md.) schools Superintendent Joe A. Hairston has made summer reading optional for middle and high school students. Many parents and educators are concerned that struggling students will not have the self-discipline to pick up a book on their own.

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