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Amanda Burt: Keep kids thriving this summer with the United Way

Summary by Ground News
Summer learning loss accounts for two-thirds of the achievement gap in reading between low-income children and their middle-income peers by ninth grade. Reading proficiency and literacy are vital to the success of our community. The United Way of Northwest Georgia is making sure kids have access to books, enriching activities and a caring adult.

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