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Moving up: Third-graders improve scores on reading

Moving up: Third-graders improve scores on reading


Knowing where to place commas, how to spell and how to understand sentence construction is at the forefront of most 9-year-olds’ minds. The Third Grade Reading Guarantee is holding some students back from the next grade, 26 percent of students in Columbus City Schools actually according to the district. Still the preliminary results represent a 32-point improvement over 2013’s scores, according to NBC4. The Third Grade Guarantee requires students to score at least a 392 on the test to move onto the fourth grade. “We will continue working closely with the students who have not yet met the state’s reading requirements with the goal of helping them advance to the fourth grade,” said CCS Superintendent Dr. Dan Good according to NBC4. 

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