New school law goal: Reading by the third grade
ST. PAUL -- An effort to improve young Minnesotans' reading abilities was buried by this year's Capitol budget fight, but reading experts say the plan is important for students' futures.
Gov. Mark Dayton and Republican legislative leaders shared a goal of encouraging more children to read by third grade, with new laws resulting in requirements that schools do a better job of informing parents about their children's reading progress.
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