Report: Some classes focus on extracts, not whole books

Some of England's teachers say that pressure to conform to the national curriculum leaves little time for reading full books, leading them to use extracts instead, according to a report. One in eight primary-school teachers said their classes do not read entire books. About two-thirds of teachers said not completing books could harm student interest in reading.

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