NC Read to Achieve At-a-Glance
The Read to Achieve Program is a part of the Excellence Public Schools Act which became law in July of 2012.
The State Goal ~ 115C-83.1A
The goal of the State is to ensure that every student read at or above grade level at the end of third grade and continue to progress in reading proficiency so that he or she can read, comprehend, integrate, and apply complex text when needed for secondary education and career success.
The 7 Components of Read to Achieve
1. Developmental Screening in Kindergarten Entry Assessment (KEA)
2. Elimination of Social Promotion
3. Successful Reading Development for Retained Students
4. Parent/Guardian Notification
5. Accountability Measures
6. Comprehensive Reading Plan
7. Facilitating Early Grade Reading Proficiency
The NC Read to Achieve Repository offers detailed information to parents about the Read to Achieve process.
The NC Reading Camp Repository offers detailed information about the Summer Reading Camp opportunity for students.