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TitleDouble Jeopardy: How Third-Grade Reading Skills and Poverty Influence High School Graduation
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PublisherThe Annie E. Casey Foundation
DateApril 2011
Pages15 pp.
DescriptionThis report finds that children who have lived in poverty and are not reading proficiently in 3rd grade are three times more likely to dropout or fail to graduate from high school than those who have never been poor.
Filed inEducation > Achievement gap
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