Time Warner Cable announced Tuesday that its "Time 2 Count Reading" online
database and Web site has logged more than 3 million pages read by registered
students since September 2002.
Time 2 Count Reading allows teachers, parents and students to easily submit
reading records. The program keeps track of the books read, page counts and
books in progress.
The online database includes every school in Time Warner Cable's Los Angeles
and Orange County, Calif., service area.
Teachers are invited to electronically register their students on the
password-protected teacher page. Then students, parents or teachers can submit
daily or weekly reading records.
Use of the Web site -- which can be reached through www.AccessTimeWarner.com -- is free
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