Reading Corps seeks to improve child literacy
With more than 1,000 tutors spread throughout the state, the Minnesota Reading Corps works to help children in kindergarten through third grade improve their reading skills through one-on-one literacy instruction.
“The target for Reading Corps is to work with kids who are close to reading at grade level,” said Kari Yates, principal of Heart of the Lakes Elementary School, one of roughly 500 preschools, elementary schools, and Head Start centers to feature the program.
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