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Document Number: 1233

Exploring High and Improving Reading Achievement in Connecticut - The study sponsored by the National Education Goals Panel explores why Connecticut had the highest reading achievement scores on the 1998 National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) exam and is the most improved state in reading scores since 1992. In addition, the case study examines why white, black and Hispanic students in Connecticut all performed better than their counterparts in other states. The author identifies several district and school-level practices, as well as state policies associated with the reading accomplishments. (Joan Boykoff Baron, National Education Goals Panel, October 1999)...


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