Teachers' concern over reading

Teachers' concern over reading

London : United Kingdom | Jun 19, 2012 at 6:05 PM PDT
Source: BBC
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The survey, which questioned 410 secondary school English teachers, found the majority (94%) thought their pupils preferred to spend time online. Two-thirds of those polled said reading was not seen as "cool" by pupils. And 97% thought parents could do more to encourage their child to read, the survey... FULL ARTICLE AT BBC
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