Va. district promotes reading by providing bus rides to library

07/28/2013 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Arlington Public Schools in Virginia embarked on a program to combat the summer slide for prekindergarten through second graders, particularly English language learners, by providing weekly bus rides to the public library. While students worked with teachers and librarians to select and read books, the program -- offered on Wednesday evenings in July -- offered parents a financial literacy presentation and information about community resources.

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