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Daily Lit Bit - 3/18/19

FPL_DailyLitBitRather than reporting levels to parents, use language like: reading at, reading above, or not yet reading at grade-level expectations.

 

Topics: Assessment, Daily Lit Bit, Reading Levels

Mon, Mar 18, '19

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