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‘Read or flunk’ law might be worth the cost

December 12, 2013
The Daily Mining Gazette

Call it the legislative equivalent to "tough love." A package of bills in the state legislature would force third grade students in Michigan to be held back if they scored poorly on a standardized reading test. The reasoning here is the belief students up to third grade learn to read and from third grade on they read to learn.



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