Florida launches "assault" on low reading scores

More than 600,000 middle and high school students across Florida who failed the reading section of the state exam will take special reading classes this fall for up to 25% of their day. On last school year's state exam, only 44% of eighth-graders and 32% of 10th-graders achieved the proficient level in reading.

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