Reading Recovery essential program

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Editor: The English Language School Board has cut the Reading Recovery Program next year at the Cardigan Consolidated School. Reading Recovery is an early intervention program designed to help children with literacy problems and is done outside the regular classroom. The board still doesn’t recognize the poor job being done by schools in teaching literacy since this is the last program that should be cut. It appears the board is more concerned with teacher cuts than in providing a sound basic education for Island students. This means we will continue to graduate students who can’t read nor write properly.

David Steeves,

Charlottetown

Organizations: Cardigan

Geographic location: Charlottetown

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