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Donald Chiappetta, seen with his wife Carolyn, is on the board of Literacy Suffolk, but up until his 40th birthday, he could only read on a second-grade level. He sought help and is now on the board. (July 24, 2012)(Credit: Newsday/Audrey C. Tiernan)

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Literacy learning on Long Island

Many Long Islanders have benefited from literacy tutoring, though local organizations say they are facing a shortage of volunteer tutors.

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