Parents Still Encouraged to Read 20 Min. a Day

Parents Still Encouraged to Read 20 Min. a Day

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(KSL News) -- Utah's First Lady Mary Kaye Hunstman visited Wasatch Elementary today in an effort to encourage parents to read with their children.

Utah's First Lady oversees Utah's Commision of Literacy and is continuing Former Governor Walker's campaign for parents to read with their children for at least tweny minutes a day.

Mary Hunstman, Chairperson for Commission on Literacy: "Especially those critical years where they're learning to read, it is so important that every day that they read."

Hunstman says parents need to take the initiative in leading the way for their children's education.

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