Reading Literacy of Slovenia's Nine-year-olds Not Satisfactory
Ljubljana, 8 April - Slovenian third-graders have progressed in reading literacy since 1991, however Slovenia still cannot be satisfied with the results, as the country placed 24th among 35 countries included in the Progress in International Reading Literacy Study - PIRLS 2001, said researcher Sonja Pecjak of the Ljubljana Faculty of Arts at Tuesday's presentation of the study results.
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