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Nashville, TN – Tennessee Department of Education Commissioner Candice McQueen joined Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam and First Lady Crissy Haslam today to kick off “Read to be Ready,” a statewide campaign focused on the critical value of reading.
Over the past several years, student performance on the English language arts TCAP has remained stagnant or declined. Of the almost 6,000 Tennessee students rated below basic in third grade English language arts, less than three percent reach proficiency by fifth grade. However, students who are reading proficiently by third grade are four times more likely than their peers to graduate from high school by age 19 and go on to postsecondary.
The goal of the Read to be Ready initiative is to move third grade reading proficiency in Tennessee to 75 percent by 2025. Read to be Ready is a coordinated approach that addresses everything from classroom instruction, to teacher preparation, to adult literacy rates, to school-community-parent partnerships for after-school and summer programs.

Governor Haslam has proposed a $9 million investment to the General Assembly to create a network of literacy coaches and regional coordinators supporting literacy efforts all across the state. Tennessee-based company Dollar General Corporation announced at the kick-off event on Wednesday a $1 million donation through its Dollar General Literacy Foundation to fund summer reading initiatives across the state. By the end of third grade, only 43 percent of students in Tennessee are reading on grade level. While we know building literacy starts long before a child begins third grade and continues long past it, third grade is a valuable benchmark to predict future outcomes for our students. This is in addition to the department’s commitment to partnering with higher education to refine and strengthen literacy standards for new teachers as well as providing support to existing teachers on intervening and strengthening literacy skills in students that are already behind.
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