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Study Examines Time Spent Reading with Children in Zambia

A USAID-supported study in Zambia on the amount of time that 2nd and 3rd graders spent reading with relatives found a positive and significant, but relatively small, correlation between time spent reading with family members and EGRA scores. The study found that sisters are the relative spending the most time reading with young children. Access the full report from this page on USAID’s EducationLinks website.

 

Date: 
Friday, June 28, 2019