District used computer-based programs to improve reading

09/6/2010 | ENCToday.com (N.C.)

A North Carolina school district is using two computer-based programs to help elementary- and middle-school students improve their reading abilities. Educators say the Read 180 and Read Now, Power Up programs have helped struggling students catch up with their peers and read at grade level. "It reinforces reading skills, and it helps students blend both the print and the electronic text," the district's director of K-12 reading said of the programs.

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