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How to Improve Reading in Children Who Are Reading Below Grade Level

A child who is reading below grade level is most likely frustrated and embarrassed. According to the Annie E. Casey Foundation website, 34 percent of fourth graders tested in 2009 did not have adequate basic reading skills. If your child is reading below her grade level, step in and help your child ...
Jan Brobbel
Jan Brobbel • 2 years ago

How to Improve Reading in Children Reading Below Grade Level

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