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Penn has the fewest reading days in the Ivy League. It should come as no surprise, then, that Penn’s literacy rate is so low.
By adding as many as six reading days in their calendars, other universities demonstrate a sincere commitment to reading.
On the other hand, Penn has shown a symbolic disregard for reading, which might explain why the student literacy rate has plummeted to less than 60 percent.Read the Full Article