Reading Assessment Survey

* Educators spend, on average, 20 days focused on assessment of reading skills.
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A recent national survey by Lexia Learning shows:

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* Educators spend, on average, 20 days focused on assessment of reading skills.

* One-third of K–5 educators spend one-andone- half months assessing reading skills.

* Students spend, on average, eight entire instructional days each year taking reading tests.

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