Reaching-Out Approaches (1989)

Adult Literacy Initiatives For New Brunswick

The need to encourage more Canadian adults to upgrade their basic literacy skills (reading, writing and mathematics) grows each year. Even though proven teaching methods exist and dollars are available, the central problem remains: how to reach out to recruit and retain those who could benefit from upgrading efforts.

A workshop on April 14 and 15, 1989, brought together 90 teachers, learners, volunteers, labour leaders, representatives of government agencies, and others to identify reaching- out approaches which they had found to be successful. This booklet records these practical and proven methods, in the hope that others will find them useful in the effort to help more New Brunswickers improve their lives by participating in literacy skills/development.

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