The school day will stretch an hour longer for students at 32 Broward County public schools.

That's because they made the state list of 300 elementary schools with the worst reading scores.

State law requires that the lowest-performing schools add an hour of reading instruction. It's unclear if that hour will be tacked on to the beginning of the day or the end.

A state report shows more than 70 percent of the schools that stayed open an extra hour last year saw more students pass the reading portion of the FCAT exam.

The following Broward schools will tack on another hour to the school day:

North Side Elementary (Fort Lauderdale)

West Hollywood Elementary (Hollywood)

Colbert Elementary (Hollywood)

Walker Elementary (Fort Lauderdale)

Oakridge Elementary (Hollywood)

Broward Estates Elementary (Fort Lauderdale)

Watkins Elementary (Pembroke Park)

Tedder Elementary (Pompano Beach)

Larkdale Elementary (Lauderhill)

Westwood Heights Elementary (Fort Lauderdale)

Pompano Beach Elementary (Pompano Beach)

Lake Forest Elementary (Pembroke Park)

Plantation Elementary (Plantation)

Lloyd Estates Elementary (Oakland Park)

Palmview Elementary (Pompano Beach)

North Fork Elementary (Fort Lauderdale)

Castle Hill Elementary (Lauderhill)

Martin Luther King Elementary (Fort Lauderdale)

Fairway Elementary (Miramar)

C. Robert Markham Elementary (Pompano Beach)

Cypress Elementary (Pompano Beach)

Oriole Elementary (Lauderdale Lakes)

Royal Palm Elementary (Lauderhill)

Park Ridge Elementary (Pompano Beach)

North Lauderdale Elementary (North Lauderdale)

Pinewood Elementary (North Lauderdale)

Charles Drew Elementary (Pompano Beach)

Thurgood Marshall Elementary (Fort Lauderdale)

Rock Island Elementary (Fort Lauderdale)

Park Lakes Elementary (Lauderdale Lakes)

Broward Community Charter School (Coral Springs)

Somerset Academy (Hollywood)