Washington to create literacy stations for migrant children

12/3/2004 | San Francisco Chronicle

Washington state is collaborating with Lexia Learning Systems to place "oases of literacy" around the state, so that migrant children can access language tutorials in libraries, churches and health centers, as well as in schools. The software provides a short reading test, then offers tailored drills to improve a student's reading weaknesses.

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