Tennessee takes first look at new reading policy

Tennessee's Board of Education will begin discussing a new reading policy today that if approved, will mandate 90 minutes of instruction a day in all schools, provide more training of teachers and offer struggling students intensive help. State Deputy Education Commissioner Keith Brewer says the program is designed to counter a slump in reading scores that begins after fourth grade.

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