Linkage Report: Connecting the Dots: Accountability and Adult Literacy (2009)

This document is an analysis of themes that emerged from a major study on improving accountability in the adult literacy field in Canada. The author says the study showed that those involved in adult literacy often hold differing views about what constitutes effective and appropriate accountability.

This linkage report represents a synthesis of the results of work done through the Connecting the Dots project and is not an evaluation of the project.

The project was undertaken on behalf of four partner organizations: the Centre for Literacy of Quebec; the Movement for Canadian Literacy; Literacy BC; and Research in Practice in Adult Literacy (RiPAL BC).

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James E. Page. Linkage Report: Connecting the Dots: Accountability and Adult Literacy 2009. Web. 15 Apr. 2021 <http://en.copian.ca/library/research/connectdots/linkage_report/linkage_report.pdf>
James E. Page (2009). Linkage Report: Connecting the Dots: Accountability and Adult Literacy. Retrieved April 15, 2021, from http://en.copian.ca/library/research/connectdots/linkage_report/linkage_report.pdf
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