Mayor Betsy Price and Fort Worth Superintendent Kent Scribner are urging the community to work together to promote childhood literacy. Plans are to have 100 percent of third-grade students reading on grade level by 2025.
Mayor Betsy Price and Fort Worth Superintendent Kent Scribner are urging the community to work together to promote childhood literacy. Plans are to have 100 percent of third-grade students reading on grade level by 2025. Paul Moseley Star-Telegram archives
Mayor Betsy Price and Fort Worth Superintendent Kent Scribner are urging the community to work together to promote childhood literacy. Plans are to have 100 percent of third-grade students reading on grade level by 2025. Paul Moseley Star-Telegram archives

Childhood literacy: Fort Worth leaders take aim at reading

September 05, 2016 05:04 PM

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