The shocking truth is that there may be as many as 2.5 million children out there struggling to read in fourth grade alone.
She told Newsweek she reads "three books at a time: one audiobook, one physical book and an e-book. So they need to be different genres to keep track."
A reading crisis has been building for decades, with every new round of test results and surveys shedding greater light on the reality that many children struggle to read.
The state senator who is facing online backlash told Newsweek he was not attacking Parton or the program.
The Hollywood veteran's Twitter response to Joe Manchin's refusal to support Build Back Better is causing quite a stir on social media.
The Twilight series has thousands of pages in total. To me, it might as well have been War and Peace.
Illiterate people may be three times as likely to eventually develop dementia, according to a study published in the journal Neurology on Wednesday.
When the education secretary is outside Washington, she is an advocate for reading. Once back inside the Beltway, she ducks into a backroom and champions radical cuts.
Girls were found to be better at reading and writing from as early as fourth grade.
Barbara Bush was praised for her remarks about literacy but made controversial comments about Katrina and did not hide her dislike of Donald Trump.
Kazakhstan was one of the last countries to keep the controversial alphabet ordered by Russia.
The civil liberties has honed in on the Lewis County school district where it says it has "serious concern" with a program.
Trump is a fan of reading "passages," "areas" and "chapters" of books—not whole ones.
New study also disproves a theory about dyslexia.