Education secretary says reading problems go undisclosed in New Mexico

New Mexico Public Education Secretary Hanna Skandera says new statistics show most parents are not being informed properly when early reading difficulties arise. The Public Education Department found that fewer than 5 percent of parents in New Mexico received necessary written notices when third graders failed to meet reading proficiency standards at public school throughout the state.

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