A Third of Aussie Kids Have Trouble Reading, report finds

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A new report from The Grattan Institute suggests Australia has a reading problem, showing one-third of Australian children can’t read proficiently.

The report highlights the education system’s role in the issue, and says we need to change how students learn to read, ensuring disadvantaged aren’t left behind.

To learn more about the report, The Wire’s Eduardo Jordan spoke with Senior Associate at Grattan Institute- Anika Stobart.

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