Online program said to improve teens' reading-comprehension skills

02/25/2008 | NKY.com (Northern Kentucky)

A Web-based literacy program is designed to help struggling teens boost their reading-comprehension skills. One high school principal decided to offer the Achieve 3000 program, and the 65 freshmen who've enrolled have made major strides both in terms of their reading abilities and their behavior, she said.

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