Slovenian ten-year-olds make huge progress in reading literacy
Ljubljana, 5 December - Slovenian ten-year-olds show above-average results in reading literacy measured as part of the PIRLS 2016 international study. The progress in the last 15 years has been huge, as fourth-graders have improved their score by 41 points, representatives of the Educational Research Institute told the press on Tuesday.
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