Community literacy

A Pilot Project in Program Evaluation (1995)

A resource detailing a pilot project`s testing of program evaluation tools, with findings and recommendations.

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1995-01-01

Taking Down the Wall of Words - Handbook for Community Agencies Part 2 (1991)

Researchers across Canada looked for and found examples of how community agencies can make sure that people who cannot read and write well can use their services. They also came up with ideas on how these organizations can be an important link between the people who have difficulty reading and writing and the many literacy programs available across Canada.

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1991-01-01

Second Chance Learners Handbook: Steps to Success (N.D.)

Handbook Guidelines to setting up a support group for adult literacy learners

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1990-01-01

Taking Down the Wall of Words - Community Agencies and Literacy, Part 1 (1990)

This book is for community agency board members, volunteers and staff who want to know how they can make their organization's services more accessible to people with low literacy skills. Workers can also find out how they can be a vital link between literacy training programs and the people who could benefit from them.

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1990-01-01

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.

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1990-01-01

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