3rd grade reading law

Reading proficiently by the end of third grade has become a significant milestone in a student's educational trajectory as it marks the time when the focus is placed on reading to learn instead of learning to read. To encourage local schools and districts to take this milestone seriously, the state of Michigan has enacted a law that requires students not reading proficiently by the end of third grade to be retained. This page serves as a point of information to keep Lincoln Consolidated Schools parents and guardians informed about the law.

LCS 3rd Grade Reading Law Parent Guide 

FAQ 3rd Grade Reading Law