Key to child’s success?

Posted in news on June 9th, 2010 by admin – Be the first to comment

Just think about for a minute?

The list can go long but the most important message for the next generation kid is: learning-is-life-long. The days where you studied hard in school/colleges are gone. You have to keep reading, just ask any Infosian’s or Wiproites who are preparing along with their children for their annual review exam :-)

A recent study U.S. sociologist says books in the home are key to a child’s success — whether in China or the United States.

Mariah Evans of the University of Nevada in Reno says books in the parents’ home were more important than the country of residence or parental economic status in determining a child’s educational level.

“The results of this study indicate that getting some books into their homes is an inexpensive way that we can help these children succeed,” Evans says in a statement.

Evans and colleagues conducted a 20-year study of more than 70,000 cases in 27 countries.

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Of course you can keep-bringing-good-books home from our library.

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