Wash. House removes third-grade retention from education bill

04/3/2013 | Crosscut.com

Members of the Washington state House of Representatives have amended a Senate bill that called for retention of third-grade students who cannot read at certain levels. The revised bill focuses on reducing K-3 class sizes, screening young students for reading difficulties and adding third-grade reading scores to accountability measurements for schools.

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