Kids’ Reading Comprehension Is Worse on Screens, Study Finds

A recently published study found that 10-year-old students tended to score worse on reading comprehension tests when they took them on a screen versus on paper. The effect, surprisingly, was most pronounced among high achieving girls. Researchers Hildegunn Støle, Anne Mangen, and Knut Schwippert from the University of Stavanger in Norway were able to test […]

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