In this Jan. 23, 2013 photo, Jefferson Elementary third grade teacher Delilah Crossette reads with her students at Jefferson Elementary in Wichita, Kan. Kansas is one of an increasing number of states that are not promoting students who are struggling to read at the end of third grade. Thirty-two states have passed legislation designed to improve third-grade literacy, according to the Education Commission of the States.(AP Photo/Mike Hutmacher) LCOAL TV OUT; MAGS OUT; LOCAL RADIO OUT; LOCAL INTERNET OUT

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In this Jan. 23, 2013 photo, Jefferson Elementary third grade teacher Delilah Crossette reads with her students at Jefferson Elementary in Wichita, Kan.  Kansas is one of an increasing number of states that are not promoting students who are struggling to read at the end of third grade. Thirty-two states have passed legislation designed to improve third-grade literacy, according to the Education Commission of the States.(AP Photo/Mike Hutmacher) LCOAL TV OUT; MAGS OUT; LOCAL RADIO OUT; LOCAL INTERNET OUT
In this Jan. 23, 2013 photo, Jefferson Elementary third grade teacher Delilah Crossette reads with her students at Jefferson Elementary in Wichita, Kan. Kansas is one of an increasing number of states that are not promoting students who are struggling to read at the end of third grade. Thirty-two states have passed legislation designed to improve third-grade literacy, according to the Education Commission of the States.(AP Photo/Mike Hutmacher) LCOAL TV OUT; MAGS OUT; LOCAL RADIO OUT; LOCAL INTERNET OUT
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