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Anderson, Richard C.; And Others – Reading Research Quarterly, 1988
Investigates the relationship of out-of-school activities to reading achievement. Finds a wide variation between children in amount of out-of-school reading. Concludes that reading books was the out-of-school activity that had the strongest association with reading proficiency, but that on most days most subjects did little or no book reading. (MM)
Descriptors: Elementary Education, Grade 5, Independent Reading, Reading Achievement