Two adult-literacy students sort through syllable flashcards at the Washington Literacy Council.
Washington, D.C., attracts some of the most educated, literate individuals in the country. But for every Ph.D., there are many more District residents who just struggle to read. In fact, more than one-third of D.C. residents lack basic literacy skills -- 20 percent higher than the national average. Emily Friedman finds out what's being done to help clean up the record.
[Music: "Reading Rainbow" by 8bit bEtty from Too Bleep to Blog]