More print media in classrooms

Pilar del Castillo, Spanish Minister of Education, Culture and Sports, and Nemesio Fernández Cuestas, president of the Asociación de Editores de Diarios Españoles (AEDE), signed an agreement to develop programs to support reading in Spanish schools. Newspapers will be used as a source of information for students, as well as a way to improve and support reading.

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