International study shows long-term benefits of early reading

11/8/2011 | BBC

Children whose parents read to them remain ahead of their peers in reading into their teenage years, according to a recent study from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. The study, which examined teenage students in 14 developed countries, found that, on average, students who were read to as children were six months ahead of their peers in reading levels.

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