Why aren’t boys reading?

Boys achieving lower than girls in reading has often been attributed to biological predispositions, but evidence suggests it’s not that simple. Jane Woodley of the National Literacy Trust explains why such stereotypical views are damaging to boys’ enthusiasm for reading and what schools and parents can do to combat the problem.

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