Fact: boys don't read as much as girls. This reading gender gap is affecting boys' performance in high school and beyond.
The pressure is on for parents to teach their children to read at a young age. So should you or shouldn't you? The answer from reading experts may surprise you.
Educator Jim Trelease explains why reading aloud to your child, no matter what her age, is the magic bullet for creating a lifelong reader.
Though they're often taught separately, reading and writing are inherently linked. Learn how you can help your 4th through 8th grader connect these crucial skills.
What you can do if your child's reading isn't on track.
Rev up reading skills - no matter what level your child's at - with our favorite reading worksheets for preschoolers through fifth graders.
New education standards are turning kids into sleuths -- every day in every subject.
Reading is all about developing knowledge, which is something kindergartners do all year long – even while they’re learning their ABCs.
There's a "right" way to teach reading, according to best-selling journalist Peg Tyre. So why are many students learning – or not learning - the wrong way?
It's not just about learning to read. It's also about how your child is being taught to read. Here are the most popular approaches - one of these is likely used at your child's school.