reading and literacy

World’s largest K-12 reading survey identifies trends, highlights best practices


Reading survey reveals Struggling students who take part in high-quality reading practice can surge ahead of their peers whose reading practice remains static.

Tapping into data collected from nearly 10 million K-12 students who read 346 million books and nonfiction articles last school year, Renaissance® releases its ninth annual What Kids Are Reading report. Researchers at the K-12 learning analytics company produce the report, which provides the comprehensive review of students’ reading habits and achievement. What Kids Are Reading: And How They Grow, 2017 includes most read fiction and nonfiction books by grade
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