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Should I Play Or Read? Should I Play Or Read?

Should I Play Or Read?

August 17, 2008
Every summer LREI holds its Little Red Summer Camp to keep area kids learning and having creative fun during the summer doldrums. For this issue's Graphic Statement we asked four young campers for their takes on the following ideas: No Child Left Behind, Reading First, Gift of Time, and Dream Schools. See their contributions below.No Child Left Behind by Ginger Townsend, age 8

Reading First by Julia Jurist, age 8

Gift of Time by Buster Scher, age 8

Dream Schools by Madeline Hikida, age 8

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