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Paul Bradshaw, Director of ScotCen – the Scottish arm of the National Centre for Social Research (NatCen) – has been recognised as a leading expert in his field, after being conferred the award of Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences.
A new report from the ‘Growing Up in Scotland’ study, conducted by ScotCen Social Research, shows that girls are more likely than boys to enjoy reading at age 8: three-quarters of girls (74%) said they liked reading ‘a lot’ compared with only 3 in 5 of boys (58%).
ScotCen Social Research's latest 'Growing up in Scotland' report was published today by the Scottish Government.