Eight States Share $6.6 Million in New Striving Reader Grants

October 2009
Educational Marketer;10/12/2009, Vol. 40 Issue 20, p4
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The article reports on the 6.6 million dollars in New Striving Reader grants awarded to eight state education departments from the U.S. Education Department. It states that the Striving Reader program helps elevate the reading achievement among students with high poverty levels who are reading below grade level in middle and high schools. It reveals that materials, computers and an intervention teacher will be provided by the funding in each school.


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