Students in Ontario are among the most proficient readers in the world, but those bragging rights may have come at a cost: The joy of reading.

A new report released Monday by education advocacy group People for Education finds that while literacy and standardized  test scores     have climbed over the past decade, the number of students who report that they like to read has dropped, from 76 per cent of                       Grade 3 students in 1999 to 50 per cent in 2011.

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