Ohio districts use multiple strategies to reach struggling readers

07/10/2013 | Columbus Dispatch (Ohio), The

School districts in Ohio have lengthened summer school, made it more challenging and assessed students' skills more often as they prepare to help students gain reading proficiency by the third grade as required by state law. Some districts, such as Westerville, are sending teachers to students' homes or connecting for one-on-one instruction through video feeds. Third-grade students this year will take a new reading test designed to determine whether they will be promoted to the fourth grade.

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