Eventually every child in the household from aged 6 to 16 is given a simple reading and math test. The assessment classifies children’s reading abilities according to levels that are easy to understand. Children who can correctly identify letters but cannot read words are at “letter” level. Children who have moved beyond letters and are reading words but cannot string together sentences are at “word” level. Children who can read several sentences of simple texts are at “paragraph” level. And those who could read a full passage of second-grade level text are at “story” level. (Photo Credit: Dana Schmidt/ Hewlett Foundation)
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