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Research Finds No Advantage to Early Reading

The New Zealand Herald

Children who learn to read at age five are unlikely to be better readers than children who learn to read at seven, according to new research.

Research by Sebastian Suggate for his doctorate in psychology at Otago University found no difference between the reading ability of early (from age five) and late (from age seven) readers by the time those children reached their last year at primary school…. Read article in The New Zealand Herald.

 

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