Mississippi Receives $11M as Part of NCLB's Reading First Program

January 2003
Educational Marketer;1/20/2003, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p7
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Reports on the proposals for grants from the Mississippi school districts to improve reading in the schools. Amount of funds granted by the state; Goals in the federal Reading First program; Details of the state plan.


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