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Improving Early Literacy The Right Start

Amber Arellano

The Detroit News

Sep 14, 2017

"It’s not just our children’s education that’s at stake: when children read well by third grade, they are dramatically more likely to succeed not only in school, but in life. They’re more likely to go to college, find and keep good jobs and earn more money. On the other hand, students unable to read by third grade are at greater risk to drop out, break the law and require government assistance."