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Reading deficiencies could lead to negative long-term effects

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By Kayla Frost and Ximena Camarena

Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2012
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PART II: In Arizona, 74 percent – nearly three out of every four – of fourth graders fail to read at grade level. Cronkite News reporter Kayla Frost looks into the long-term effects of reading deficiency for Arizona students.

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