Required reading combats summer learning loss

07/27/2004 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Many kids in the Washington, D.C., area dread required reading assignments over the summer, but educators and parents say the homework fills empty hours and helps students maintain their literacy skills. Libraries use creative promotions and attractive displays to motivate students to pick up a book.

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