Program is being used to help struggling readers

Some Tennessee ninth-graders who struggle with reading are using Scholastic's Read 180 program -- an interactive program that guides students through lessons based on their individual reading levels. In small groups, students complete lessons in spelling, reading comprehension and vocabulary, and students also participate in independent reading by choosing books from the Read 180 library. Software also tracks student achievement over time.

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