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    Starting this school year, S.C. third-graders struggling to read on grade level could be forced to repeat the grade under state law.

Starting this school year, S.C. third-graders struggling to read on grade level could be forced to repeat the grade under state law. Amanda Harris aharris@heraldonline.com
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S.C. third-grade retention law worries Lancaster County parent of dyslexic children

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