James Patterson on Reading in Schools
James Patterson spoke at a meeting of New York City middle school principals about tools the principals can use to inspire non-readers and reluctant readers in schools. Mr. Patterson donated 45,000 copies of his book, Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life, to 300 middle schools in the New York City Public School System as part of this effort. New York City Schools Chancellor Carmen Farina delivered opening remarks. close
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