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Ducey proposes funds to help deaf and blind children get head start on reading

In a speech Thursday, Ducey said everyone knows that the ability to read is "an invaluable skill.'' He said that's part of the reason he put money into this year's budget to restore state funding for full-day kindergarten, albeit only for students at schools with the highest percentage of students in poverty.

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