Where Has The Literacy Gone
In 2004, the National Endowment for the Arts published Reading at Risk: A Survey
of Literary Reading in America.sis detailed study showed that Americans in almost every
demographic group were reading fiction, poetry, and drama—and books in general—at significantly
lower rates than 10 or 20 years earlier (NEA, 2004). The declines were steepest among young adults.
More recent findings attest to the diminished role of voluntary reading in American life. These new
statistics come from a variety of reliable sources, including large, nationally representative studies
conducted by other federal agencies. Brought together . . .
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