International Opinion

Literacy Research from England

By Richard Whitmire — August 19, 2010 1 min read
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England, Australia and New Zealand continue to pay more attention to the gender gaps than seen in this country, despite the fact the academic gender gaps are comparable. Interesting survey results here on gender difference in reading habits. Their solution -- connecting reading to the World Cup -- seems weak.

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