1. “Reading proficiently by the end of third grade (as measured by the NAEP at the beginning of fourth grade) can be a make-or break benchmark in a child’s educational development.”
  2. “Students who are poor readers in third grade will remain poor readers in high school according to researchers at Yale University.”
  3. “Up to half of the printed fourth grade curriculum is incomprehensible to students who read below that grade level, according to the Children’s Reading Foundation.”


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  1. […] or above in order to read and understand his fourth-grade texts. For more information, please see Reading Expressway Research on this […]

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