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Engaging with language: Read, talk, sing, rap with your children
The 2016 Progress in International Reading and Literacy Study (PIRLS) was released 5 Hakihea (December) ranking New Zealand’s children as 32nd in the world. In an interview on Newstalk ZB, Te Tumuaki Bronwyn Yates talks
about the 1.3 million adults in New Zealand who have difficulties with using literacy and numeracy in their everyday lives.
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What do a Shortland St star, three reality TV stars and four media broadcasters have in common? They know how important it is to love reading.
The New Zealand Book Council has launched #ReadToSucceed.
Pacific Languages, Diwali, Mahuru Māori and stories of International Literacy Day celebrations...