Miami, FL - December 3, 2007 - A report, To Read or Not to Read, has been issued by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), stating that American children are in trouble when it comes to reading skills. Not only are American children reading less today, but the research shows that they aren't able to read very well when they do read. The report states that less than one third of all 13-year-olds read on a daily basis. Additionally, those ages 15 to 24 are only spending about seven minutes of their leisure time per day reading, although they...

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