Literacy, Welfare and Work (1998)

Year II Report

The Literacy, Welfare and Work Longitudinal Research Project (LWW) is a multi-phase study of the complex relationship between literacy and employment, within the context of Welfare Reform. For Phase II, the researchers began tracking a group of seven individual students over 10 months, to better understand their experiences with education and employment. By examining students' lives over time, the research has begun to identify some of the more subtle and often complex connections between literacy and poverty, abuse, poor health, etc. and how these issues affect a person's ability to become gainfully employed.

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