‘Bring back books’


Early access: Students who are also avid readers are more likely to perform well academically. – Filepic

READING is crucial in ensuring students do well in school.

Based on her experience of having been a researcher for over three decades, Universiti Malaya Centre for Research in International and Comparative Education director Assoc Prof Dr Vishalache Balakrishnan said having books at home, and parents who enjoy reading, can make a difference to whether a student is successful academically.

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