WI Lawmakers Turn Page on Literacy

WI Lawmakers Turn Page on Literacy

Wisconsin lawmakers are looking to have kids in schools across the state screened in kindergarten to make sure they’re ready to read.

The State Assembly is set to vote on a reading readiness plan later today. The idea is to test kids early, starting in kindergarten, to make sure they don’t fall behind in reading in elementary school. The Wisconsin Senate approved the plan yesterday. No one is saying, however, what Governor Evers will do with the plan if it makes it to his desk.

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