Factors Affecting Success in Community Based Literacy Programs - Final Report (2006)

This report presents the findings of a collaborative research project aimed at better understanding the factors that affect success in community-based literacy programs in Ontario. While an individual’s characteristics or life circumstances might affect his or her success in a literacy program, the type of training approach must also be considered. This project therefore focuses on answering the question: "What works for whom?" In order to answer this question, researchers developed surveys to gather relevant information and analyzed the results in order to define the indicators of success, both objective and subjective. Twenty-two Ontario community-based literacy and basic skills agencies participated in this study.

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Joseph E. Casey, Christine Purcell and Tammy Whitlock. Factors Affecting Success in Community Based Literacy Programs - Final Report 2006. Web. 27 Nov. 2022 <http://en.copian.ca/library/research/factors/factors.pdf>
Joseph E. Casey, Christine Purcell & Tammy Whitlock (2006). Factors Affecting Success in Community Based Literacy Programs - Final Report. Retrieved November 27, 2022, from http://en.copian.ca/library/research/factors/factors.pdf
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