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The Day: 'Right to Read' advocates defend curriculum mandates

"I think it's very challenging for educators to look back at 20 or 30 years of instruction or training that they have received and say, 'This didn't work for a lot of kids,'" said Amy Dowell, executive director of the nonprofit Education Reform Now CT and a member of the state's Right to Read Coalition. She also pushed back against the rejection of commercial programs, saying TCRWP materials also come in a box.


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