The importance of literacy in improving social mobility

October 2014
Education Journal;10/27/2014, Issue 213, p7
The article discusses the report the Vision for Literacy 2025 from the organization the National Literacy Trust and the charity network the National Literacy Forum, which recommends Pathways to Literacy goals and recommendations for literacy education in Great Britain.


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