Read By Grade Three
Read By Grade Three Information
What is Public Act 306?
On October 6, 2016, Michigan adopted the third-grade reading legislation when Governor Rick Snyder signed Public Act 306 into law. Public Act 306 of 2016 (now referred to as MCL 380.1280f) requires all third-grade students not scoring proficient on the 3rd Grade state summative assessment be retained. This legislation took effect immediately and 2016-17 kindergarteners will be the first cohort of students impacted by the retention aspects of the law in 2019-20.
Public Act 306 House Bill
Frequently Asked Questions
Michigan Department of Education Read by Grade Three Video
PA 306 Letter to Parents
PA 306 Reading Assessment Requirements
Michigan's Action Plan for Literacy Excellence
Meet the Literacy Team
Interim K-12 Assessment and Literacy Coordinator
Birney K-8 School
MacArthur K-8 University Academy
Thompson K-8 International Academy
Vandenberg World Cultures Academy
Michigan State University Early Literacy Resources
Tips for Reading with Children
Developing early literacy skills goes beyond the ABCs!
"The Retelling Glove"
Selecting Books for Children
Tips for Parents by Grade Level
Tips for Parents of Kindergartners
Resources for Parents with Kindergarten Students
Tips for Parents of First Graders
Tips for Parents of Second Graders
Resources for Parents with First and Second Grade Students
Tips for Parents of Third Graders
Resources for Parents with Third Grade Students