`Reaching Out the Write Way'

October 1998
Reading Today;Oct/Nov98, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p10
Focuses on `Reaching Out the Write Way,' a project that encourages inmates in the literacy class at Stillwater-based Minnesota Correctional Facility to write children's stories for their own children. Benefits for project participants; Project's funding through the Minnesota Education Association Foundation for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.


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