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    Irving Elementary is one of several Wichita schools opening their libraries to students and others for an hour a week or more this summer. Educators hope access to books will help combat the annual "summer slide" in learning, particularly among low-income children. (Suzanne Perez Tobias/The Wichita Eagle)

Irving Elementary is one of several Wichita schools opening their libraries to students and others for an hour a week or more this summer. Educators hope access to books will help combat the annual "summer slide" in learning, particularly among low-income children. (Suzanne Perez Tobias/The Wichita Eagle) stobias@wichitaeagle.com
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