Colorado spent $231 million to help young children catch up on reading. But rates of kids with significant deficiencies only worsened.

Colorado spent $231.37 million in the past five years trying to help young children who lag behind their peers to read at their grade level, but the rate of students in danger of never becoming proficient only has worsened during that time. Now Colorado‚Äôs top education officials and state legislators say the lack of gains … Continue reading Colorado spent $231 million to help young children catch up on reading. But rates of kids with significant deficiencies only worsened.