Program has struggling students take a 180-degree turn in reading

06/9/2010 | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

A new program is helping students in one Pennsylvania school district improve their reading skills. The Read 180 program has students in grades 7-9 rotating through three reading stations: independent reading, computer instruction in spelling and vocabulary, and a group session for reading about current events. The program also relies on frequent testing and assessments to help educators gauge students' progress.

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