Reading Recovery Gets Thumbs Up in Baltimore

Maryland: the innovative system, started by New Zealand educator Marie Clay over 20 years ago, is a remedial program targeted to young children struggling with reading. Threatened with loss of funding parents made passionate pleas to continue the program. Funding co-ordinator Barbara J. Gross states, “it’s an answer for many children.”


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New Zealanders Struggling to Find a Home

New Zealanders Struggling to Find a Home

New rules to curb investment took effect this month, but our Human Rights Commission says successive governments have failed us. Sasha Borissenko spoke to some New Zealanders about their experience of…