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Students’ grant writing benefits the community

March 1, 2014

The Master’s Reading Specialist Program at West Virginia Wesleyan College is more than an educational program; it is a hands-on experience for all students and faculty involved....

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Mar-01-14 9:35 AM

IFTHIS program is such a great success, why are there so many students leaving college and high school who are unable to read properly? Come on guys, you can tell us, this is one of those feel good programs that really doesn't do much, but gets lots of accolades so the money will keep flowing, right?

I am puzzled. How can West Virginias schools keep tooting their own whistle, when they ran so low among other states? How do they rate themselves? Overall, West Virginia schools have a lousy rating, but then you see articles like this one claiming to help students learn to read, but you can't seem to find any significant improvements across the board. Maybe that's the thing I don't understand about higher education. I guess when you start out at the bottom, anything is an improvement, right?

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