Raceland, Ky. -- September 5, 2007 -- Ninety percent of students in Grades K?3 are reading at or above the national average in the Raceland-Worthington Independent School District, up from just 37% three years ago, after implementing Wright Group/McGraw-Hill?s Breakthrough to Literacy curriculum.



District educators purchased Breakthrough to Literacy to serve as the core literacy program in Grades K-3 at the start of the 2004-2005 school year after receiving a federal grant for reading education. Since, reading test scores have skyrocketed. To use the grant, all schools must test three times per year with the American Guidance System...

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