Commentary: Reading Skills At An Early Age Vital For Life

Posted: June 22, 2014 at 1:30 a.m.

Even if you fell behind in writing and mathematics while attending primary school, it still might be possible to graduate from high school and even college, but if your reading skills were substandard at an early age, chances of ever being well educated would be slim. Of all the courses essential to a good education, reading leads the field. Despite advances in technology, nothing has replaced the need to be able to read and understand what you have just read.

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