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In Portugal, students read very little and a significant part of them has great difficulties in dealing with written information. The national and international student assessments regularly situate Portugal at the lowest levels of students' performances. This means that in Portugal everything is still to be done in what concerns reading and literacy. The problem doesn't have an easy answer but two of the main reasons are in the poor investment in school libraries and the absence ofdoi:10.29173/iasl7589 fatcat:iudnj44rubc45hlg2gcrlcinhq