Maryland Sees Drop in 3rd Grade Reading Scores

01/29/2002 | Sun (Baltimore), The

Results of the 2001 Maryland School Performance Assessment Program show that small school districts in particular suffered large declines in third grade reading performance. Superintendent Nancy Grasmick has said the decline may be the result of smaller school districts lacking the personnel to develop curricula; she called for a statewide curriculum. Larger school districts, such as Baltimore, recorded small gains.

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