Some schools in England scale back reading programme

A reading programme in England credited with helping primary-school students improve their reading abilities is being scaled back by schools because of tight budgets. Through the Reading Recovery Project, students spend 30 minutes daily receiving one-on-one reading instruction. Russell Hobby, general secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers, said the programme has been very successful.

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