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It should come as little surprise that students who read more typically had higher standardized reading scores. For example, students who read books for an average of 21 minutes a day outside of school reliably scored in the 90th percentile on reading achievement tests and were projected to read more than 1.8 million words annually. In contrast, students who read for one minute per day had test scores in the 10th percentile and were projected to read only 8,000 words per year. These results appear to hold over a student’s academic career.

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