More students meet reading benchmark
ST. PAUL - New test results show three out of four high school sophomores met reading requirements needed for graduation.
The Minnesota Department of Education said that an average of 75 percent of 10th graders passed a reading test and that the tougher exam yielded improvements over last year.
Results released Monday also show that while more students are passing the test, racial and economic achievement gaps remain.
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