One-day reading event in Milton Keynes

1st June 2007 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Children took to a one-day reading event in Milton Keynes like a duck to water. Letting them read aloud has far more impact on their literacy skills than being read to by adults, according to new research (page 30), and teachers could help by being more clued up on children's writers (page 14). Photograph: Tony Hardacre

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