R.O.S.O.

Reading Out of School Often (R.O.S.O.) is a system to improve reading capability and long term academic achievement by increasing the amount of reading students do out of school.

Beyond increasing amount of reading, the other goals are to have students get so used to reading out-of-school that it becomes a habit. For example, they get so interested in reading, they sometimes choose to read; sometimes they read rather than turning on the television or computer. It is an attempt to establish a love of books and a habit of life time reading.


Important Documents


For More Information Contact: Dan Kuban, ROSO Program Director | 412.322.0585 | dkuban@macsk8.org.