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Moving Up Reading Levels at Lindsay

Marco Lopez, a Lindsay student, explains how he can work beyond grade level in literacy.

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Transcript: Marco Lopez: At the beginning of the school year we took a benchmark test kind of and it put us in a position where we could read. And then slowly, once you read a certain story at your level it gives you an option to make your pace go faster. And it also gives you this option for vocabulary to learn more vocabulary. As you progress it gives your harder --- it's like measured in letters-- like "A", "B", "C" and "D". For content level 9, you're supposed to be at, I think, "I" and then I tested on to "J" which is tenth grade. So I'm still on J and am close to finishing and then I'll move on to K, which is 11th grade.

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