Children who read are more likely to be successful in school. In this section you can find research about the impact of reading on student success and tips for parents to encourage their children to read.
Approximately 20,000 Canadian 15-year-olds from about 900 schools participated in international PISA tests in 2015. Results show Canada's public education system is strong.
The National Reading Campaign is hosting a policy symposium on February 5. The symposium will bring together policy makers, educators, researchers, library specialists and community advocates to explore how we can enhance reading
A new study form London’s Institute of Education provides further evidence that reading enjoyment contributes to students’ overall achievement at school. The study found that reading for pleasure was more
A new international study shows that students whose parents enjoy reading are better readers in grade four.
There has been a dramatic decline in the percentage of Ontario students who say they "like to read." Reading for Joy, a new report from People for Education and the National Reading Campaign shines a light on the issue.
A new report from People for Education shows a dramatic decline in the percentage of grade 3 and 6 students who report they "like to read."