Tennessee’s Read to be Ready program, announced in 2017, aims to get 75 percent of third-graders reading at or above Grade level by 2025. That would triple the proficiency rate.
“Now, it’s personal,” writes the new grandmother.
The family will do its best to raise a “power reader,” but Hawkins wants her grandchild’s school to provide excellent instruction by teacher who expects all students to achieve proficiency.
Providence, Rhode Island schools are doing even worse than Nashville, writes Erika Sanzi on Good School Hunting.
The light green indicates those who are on grade level and the dark green indicates those who are above grade level. Dark blue is partially meeting expectations and light blue is not meeting expectations at all.
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