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Reading for pleasure and reading enjoyment are widely viewed as prerequisites to reading achievement and other academic and nonacademic outcomes ...

„Reading for pleasure and reading enjoyment are widely viewed as prerequisites to reading achievement and other academic and nonacademic outcomes, such as achievement in other subjects, better communication skills, reduced depressive symptoms, and increased creativity. With all of these reported benefits, especially those related to academic achievement, a focus of education policy has routinely been to find ways to motivate children to read from an early age.“

IEA (Hrsg.), „Policy Brief 9“ (Dezember 2015), S. 2