Survey: Kids who read in summer most likely to be girls, ages 9 to 11, at libraries, whose parents would rather see them outside

“A newly released survey from the literacy nonprofit Reading Is Fundamental concludes that American kids read less over the summer (surprise!), and that their parents aren’t placing a high priority on summer reading, are satisfied with the amount of reading the children do accomplish, and aren’t concerned about a “summer slide” in reading skills.” (via OregonLive.com)

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