National Strategy for Early Literacy - Report and Recommendations (2009)

The National Strategy for Early Literacy is a pan-Canadian effort to develop an action plan for improving the literacy skills of young Canadians. The strategy involved determining what is known and not known about improving early literacy; preparing policy research papers to summarize the available evidence in key areas; conducting a national public consultation to get advice on what can and should be done; and synthesizing all the information into a report.

The report concludes with specific recommendations on how current policies and practices can be modified to improve literacy outcomes, and how these can be monitored publicly.

The authors have included appendices that list the research papers commissioned for the report and the submissions received at public hearings.

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2010-08-06
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Canadian Language and Literacy Research Network. National Strategy for Early Literacy - Report and Recommendations 2009. Web. 21 Oct. 2020 <http://en.copian.ca/library/research/nsel/report/report.pdf>
Canadian Language and Literacy Research Network (2009). National Strategy for Early Literacy - Report and Recommendations. Retrieved October 21, 2020, from http://en.copian.ca/library/research/nsel/report/report.pdf
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