Governor Martinez wants more money to go into teaching children in the state - how to read. The governor said on tuesday she'll recommend the legislature put 13-and-a-half-million-dollars toward improving reading skills of students in kindergarten through third grade... that's up by 5-million-dollars over the current amount spent on early reading programs. The bulk of the 13-and-a-half-million would go for reading coaches and other services to help struggling students... 1-million would go for professional development for teachers to help students... and 3-million would go for tests to identify students with reading problems. Governor Martinez also will ask lawmakers to approve a measure requiring schools to keep third graders back if they can't read proficiently, rather than allow them to go on to the next class. She's expected to release her proposed state budget this week.