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The 25 Books Campaign: Reading Immersion at Clifton-Fine

A small St. Lawrence County school does its part to improve literacy and motivate readers. Students at Clifton-Fine are given books as rewards for reading. Todd Moe reports.  Go to full article

People: Gail Gotham, School District Superintendent

Martha Foley talks by phone with Clifton-Fine Superintendent Gail Gotham.  Go to full article

People: Carol Nuebert, Reading Specialist

Martha Foley talks with Carol Neubert, assistant superintendent and reading specialist at Canton Central School.  Go to full article

Literacy and Illiteracy in the North Country, pt. 1

The first in our series on literacy and illiteracy in the North Country. Today--a look at the latest research into what literacy is. How do people learn to read? Why is it easy for some, but not or others? How does the brain learn and use language? Brian Mann reports.  Go to full article

First Book Promotes Pre-school Literacy

The national group First Book is promoting literacy by giving books to pre-school children from low-income families. Two years ago, a chapter was formed in St. Lawrence County and as Jody Tosti reports, by all accounts, it's making a difference.  Go to full article

Dr Rona Flippo: How Kids Learn to Read

David Sommerstein talks to the woman who wrote the book on what experts say about teaching kids to read. Dr. Rona Flippo will be the keynote speaker at a SUNY Potsdam conference next week.  Go to full article

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