Non-readers lag behind academically, handicapped by poor reading comprehension in all subjects, from maths to science. Thus, reading is a foundational skill with wide ripple effects.
Tan Tarn How (Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Policy Studies) and Loh Chin Ee (Assistant Professor at the National Institute of Education), discusses the importance of cultivating love for reading especially amongst children, how reading can help children attain better grades and give them a happier, richer and more flourishing childhood and adult life in their article that is published in the Straits Times.
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