As Washington state prepares to release a new K-12 reading model in January, many districts are already infusing the literacy programs in their secondary schools with a new sense of urgency. At Lynnwood High School, the percentage of students meeting state standards in reading soared over the past four years from 35% to 68%, after the staff brought what principal Dave Golden calls a "laserlike intensity" to reading instruction.

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