New Jersey district buys summer books for students

06/30/2009 | Star-Ledger (Newark, N.J.), The

Newark, N.J., schools will spend $180,000 to lend students at all levels at least one book to read this summer. Summer-school students will also be able to exchange their selection for additional books. The move is meant to ensure that students have the texts for summer-reading programs.

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