Posted September 23, 2018 07:08:47A young boy learns to read on a computer screen during the first reading event for the Children’s Education Program at the University of New Hampshire in Durham, New Hampshire, United States, September 21, 2018.
More News:Students who are learning to read are learning better than ever before, according to the University at Buffalo School of Medicine’s study.
The study found that while reading skills improved among all students, those who did not start at the beginning of Kindergarten were still significantly more likely to have learning disabilities.
One in three students in the study had learning disabilities, compared to one in six in the overall U.S. population.
In addition, children who did begin Kindergostat with a reading instructor were more likely than others to have language and attention deficits.
Students who started Kindergastat at an early age were also more likely not to complete it at the end of their first year, the study found.
A second study released in October found that the United States spends an average of $6,800 a year for each child with disabilities, up from about $4,300 a year a decade ago.
New York State is the only state in the country that spends more than $100 per student per year on children with disabilities. More News