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Children who know how to use a mobile phone, as opposed to those who don’t, are more likely to move about their neighbourhood without adult supervision, research from the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) suggests. The study, by ACER Research Fellow Ms Catherine Underwood,...
PISA was administered for the fourth time in 2009. Since in each administration, one of reading, maths or science is chosen as the major domain, the 2009 survey marked the first time that a domain (in this case, reading) was revisited as the major focus...
With the advent of the Internet, infinite quantities of information have become available to almost everyone, and an ever-increasing proportion of reading, especially by younger people, takes place in digital environments. This entails new demands on readers. The traditional mechanisms in print publishing that exert...