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Retired professor recruiting volunteers to attack Schenectady's reading problem

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In response to news that 6,000 Schenectady students are reading below grade level, one man wants to hit the problem early rather than focusing on the students already in school. Retired professor Al Magid is recruiting volunteers to help him get Schenectady’s preschoolers ready for kindergarten, so that they don’t start school already behind. That, he said, is the only way to resolve Schenectady’s reading problem. If children keep entering the school system without the ...


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JIMOCONNOR
April 18, 2013
10:29 a.m.

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DeWald and Kotz need to shut up, stop their self serving defensiveness and help this guy actualize this

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