Mississippi passed a literacy act in 2013 that requires 3rd-graders to pass a reading test before they can move up a grade. Students have multiple chances to pass the test and those who fail the first two tries can have access to summer reading camps and other resources.
— Sharon Lurye (@sharonlurye) May 31, 2022
Wisconsin Governor Evers recently vetoed similar legislation.
“1993: Wisconsin Students #3 in the Nation in Reading