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Reading program participant Josie Swift, 8, of Niagara Falls, works a puzzle on a Smart Table, one of the many new tools available to students and teachers in the Family Literacy Center at Niagara University. Ceremonies in the Glynn Family Atrium were held to officially unveil the Niagara University College of Education Family Literacy Center on Wednesday.

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