Texas Students Lost Ground in Reading During the Pandemic. Hear From Experts on What Can Help

The Dallas Morning News

Texas children are struggling with reading, and schools are working to reclaim the learning lost during the pandemic. A new law requires students who failed one of their state tests to either be placed in the classroom of a highly-rated teacher or receive at least 30 hours of targeted tutoring. But will this push be enough when students have struggled with reading for years?

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