Reading to Learn, South Africa

Sophie Eminson
Tuesday, January 30, 2018

The Progress in International Reading Literacy (Pirl) study 2016 ranked South Africa 50th out of the 50 countries assessed.

Reading to Learn is turning around low literacy levels in South African schools and could prove useful in helping disadvantaged children in the UK improve their English. Picture: RtL
Reading to Learn is turning around low literacy levels in South African schools and could prove useful in helping disadvantaged children in the UK improve their English. Picture: RtL

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