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Adams plants financial literacy seeds for public school students

Mayor Eric Adams this week has been on a mission to help kids across the city learn to read and save for their futures.
Following his announcement Thursday that all city public school students will now be screened for dyslexia, Adams gathered with parents and lawmakers at Baychester Academy in the Bronx Friday to promote the citywide expansion of the NYC Kids RISE Save for College program, which will give most of the city’s Kindergarten students access to a college savings account. 

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