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Subject: K-3 Early Intervention Reading Program
Date: Thu Apr 07 20:00:19 MDT 2016
Dear Utah Senators and Representatives,
I am writing to express my concern about Governor Herbert's veto of the K-3 Early Intervention Reading Program. I associate with a number of elementary school teachers, and I know how how taxed they are to perform all of their duties. They are strapped to the max to meet the needs of their classes as a whole and also each student's individual needs. The funds currently provided by the K-3 Early Intervention Reading Program provide huge helps for teachers to meet the needs of their students. Taking away this money would be detrimental to teachers and their students. I understand that there may be other routes for these funds to be provided to educators; I just hope that the immediacy of the program chosen is also taken into consideration. K-3 EIRP has already been implemented, and I worry that implementing another program will leave schools, educators, and students hanging, lacking the resources they need to be successful.
Thank you for your public service and for considering this issue. I encourage you to vote to continue the K-3 EIRP funding.