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Posted: 7:04 p.m. Saturday, March 30, 2013
SOUTH CAROLINA —
A new bill in South Carolina would have students held back if they're still struggling to read by the end of third grade. The hope is that by stepping in early the children will have a better chance for success. The bill is being backed by leading Republican senators. State standardized tests show that one in five third-graders can't read at a basic level.
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