N.M. governor seeks $13.5M for reading program

01/9/2013 | American City Business Journals

New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez will ask the state legislature to approve $13.5 million for early-reading interventions in the upcoming session. The "New Mexico Reads to Lead" program would target kindergarten through third-grade students who are not reading at grade level by providing more assessments and interventions, such as reading coaches. The funds also would provide professional development for educators.

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