N.Y. students receive summer reading help from future literacy specialists

08/7/2013 | WBFO-FM (Buffalo, N.Y.)

Education students studying to become literacy specialists at the University at Buffalo's Center for Literacy and Reading Instruction in New York have spent four weeks this summer tutoring 180 elementary students in reading and writing through a partnership with two school districts. The program helps struggling readers, while giving future teachers practical classroom experience working with children, clinical assistant professor Liz Tynan said.

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