The Center for Kids Who Can’t Read Good is a non-profit organization that helps kids who are struggling to read. They provide free tutoring, and have an amazing success rate of 90%. The center was started by retired teacher Cheryl Miller in 2001. Since then, they have helped over 12,00 children learn how to read with fun and interactive lessons. This blog post will explore the beginnings of the Center for Kids Who Can’t Read Good, as well as some of their most successful students.  The Center for Kids Who Can’t Read Good was started by retired teacher Cheryl Miller in 2001.

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Since then, they have helped over 12,00 children learn how to read with fun and interactive lessons. CKRG’s goal is not only to teach kids the fundamentals of reading but also to make it enjoyable and engaging- which has been successful so far! In fact, their success rate is an astounding 90% after just one year of tutoring (and a whopping 99% within two years). Some students who come through CKRG are overcome with joy on graduation day because they can finally read what’s going on around them; others gain confidence as well as knowledge that stay with them all throughout life.

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