KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) – Kansas educators are anticipating legislation aimed at pushing elementary schools to have more struggling readers repeat a grade. The House education chairman already is discussing legislation. And Education Commissioner Diane DeBacker says Republican Governor Sam Brownback has expressed an interest in a retention policy.
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