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Adult Literacy: What's Hot and What's Not in 2003? (2003)

To find out what topics in adult literacy education are in and which ones seem to be out for 2003, the author tallied the number of messages posted to the National institute for Literacy (NIFL) lists as of noon on June 30. The results of the tally prompted the author to suggest that this raises the question of just what do the NIFL lists indicate about what the adult literacy field thinks is hot and what it thinks is not.

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2003-07-04

LifeLong Learning in Western Quebec - Success Stories (1998)

From Literacy and Beyond

The purpose of this study was to interview former Adult Education students who received English Literacy training in Western Quebec as to the influences the Literacy programs in which they were enrolled had on their lives.

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2003-06-09

Adult Illiteracy in Canada - A Challenge (1983)

This landmark study of the early 1980s provides a useful glimpse of the "state of the art" at that time. This publication addresses issues facing a substantial number of Canadians, the illiterate and the seriously-undereducated.

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2003-06-03

Discussion Paper - Family Learning Activities in British Columbia (1981)

The subject of this Discussion Paper is family learning activities as they relate to the continuing education divisions of the public educational institutions of British Columbia.

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2003-06-03

Family and Early Childhood Literacy in New Brunswick: A Provincial Snapshot - Part VI (2000)

Summary Report

This report presents themes from the previous five reports, prepared by the Centre de recherche et de développement en éducation (CRDE) in collaboration with Literacy New Brunswick Inc. (LNBI) for the research project entitled Family and Early Childhood Literacy in New Brunswick : A Provincial Snapshot (Spring 1999).

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Family and Early Childhood Literacy in New Brunswick: A Provincial Snapshot - Part IV (2000)

Survey of Parents of Preschool Children

The Centre de recherche et de développement en éducation (CRDE) in collaboration with Literacy New Brunswick Inc. (LNBI) surveyed a geographical representative sample of New Brunswick parents of preschool children for its research project entitled Family and Early Childhood Literacy in New Brunswick : A Provincial Snapshot (Spring 1999).

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2003-03-21

Family and Early Childhood Literacy in New Brunswick: A Provincial Snapshot - Part II (2000)

Sociodemographic Profiles of New Brunswick and it's Seven Health Regions: Population, Families with at least one child of 0 to 4 years of age, and Children 0 to 4 years of age

The Centre for Research and Development in Education (CRDE) prepared sociodemographic profiles of New Brunswick's population, families with at least one child aged 0 to 4, and children of 0 to 4 years of age, as part of the research project on Family and Early Childhood Literacy in New Brunswick: A Provincial Snapshot . This is intended to provide Literacy New Brunswick Inc.

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2003-03-21

A Report on Adult Education and Training in Canada (2001)

Learning a Living

This report presents an exhaustive analysis of the results of the 1998 Adult Education and Training Survey (AETS). It also provides insight into adult education and training trends in Canada by bringing together results from previous surveys. The extent to which Canadians engage in a culture of adult learning is expected to have an impact on our social and economic success in decades to come.

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2002-07-29

The Big Picture Up Close (2002)

Outcomes of a Province-Wide Consultation

This document outlines a province-wide consultation process that took place throughout British Columbia from September, 2000 to August, 2001. It is a comprehensive sense of what British Columbians thought and believed about “literacy and lifelong learning”.

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2002-07-11

Benchmarking adult literacy in North America (2001)

An international comparative study

This report is a monograph stemming from the International Adult Literacy Survey (IALS). Publication of this monograph was supported by the United States Department of Education, Office of Vocational, Adult Education and the Applied Research Branch, Human Resources Development Canada.

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