S.C. program trains volunteers to tutor students in reading

04/24/2013 | State (Columbia, S.C.), The

The Midlands Reading Consortium in South Carolina recruits and trains more than 300 volunteers to work with struggling readers in grades K-2 in high-poverty schools. The program helps students who struggle in reading but whose issues are not severe enough to qualify for reading services, said Carol Boudreaux, a retired reading specialist who trains volunteers.

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