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Yes, teens do read. But how do we get more of them doing it?

Young writer Nia Thompson is a self-described “bookaholic,” and she fears she’s an anomaly among her peers. She took to the school hallways to ask other students if reading books is a dying sport.  “I wonder how much of my peers’ rejection of books has to do more with how reading is taught than with technology.” Read more at Voice Waves.

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This entry was posted on March 31, 2017 by in Commentary, Print, Voicewaves and tagged .

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