State faces disparities in children’s reading achievement

CHICAGO—In third and fourth grades, children make an important transition in their education—from learning to read to reading to learn. But in Illinois, reading scores at these grade levels have barely improved, and wide disparities among student groups remain; challenges are particularly great among the 45 percent of public school students who come from low-income families...

READ THE ARTICLE: http://rockrivertimes.com/2011/03/16/state-faces-disparities-in-children%e2%80%99s-reading-achievement/

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