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Lodi students paint rocks as reward for reading

When Nancy Brakensiek, a substitute teacher for Lodi Unified School District, began teaching the Reading 180 class at George Washington Elementary School at the beginning of the school year, she learned that her 16 fourth-graders were reading at least two grade levels below where they should be.

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