Report finds most low-income children in Michigan don't read proficiently

Jan 28, 2014
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Report found Michigan is one of just six states that did not make progress over the last decade

Source: Detroitnews

Lansing Eighty-one percent of Michigans low-income 4th graders and 69 percent of all students are not reading proficiently, according to the Kids Count report issued Tuesday by the Annie E. Casey Foundation. Officials with the foundation say proficiency is a key predictor of a students educational and economic success.

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