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The Grayson County Schools District hopes new technology will put some of its youngest students on the path to becoming better readers.
During a special meeting Jan. 17, Superintendent Doug Robinson and other district leaders began introducing the public to the Footsteps2Brilliance program, which uses mobile technology to offer literacy programs to children ages pre-school to third grade.
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