Conn. elementary-school students spend summer focused on reading, writing

07/31/2013 | Advocate (Stamford, Conn.), The

More than 1,000 elementary-school students in Stamford, Conn., are receiving extra lessons in reading and writing in a partial-day summer-school program. First-grade students attend the program because they posted below-average literacy test scores. Teacher Toni Fox said reading is easier for the students than writing. "The logistics of getting the word to print is more difficult," she said.

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