Should England's students embrace digital books?

The number of students in the United Kingdom reading digital books has increased, and for the first time a new study shows that more students are reading on electronic devices than are picking up traditional books. However, the findings from the National Literacy Trust show that students who read using traditional books score higher in reading than their peers who use e-books.

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