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Case for family literacy programs

Series or Serial: National Center for Family Literacy newsletter; Winter 1991

Publisher: National Center for Family Literacy

Published At: Louisville, KY

Date Published: 1991

Distributor: National Center for Family Literacy

Source Address: 401 South 4th Avenue, Suite 610

Source City/State/Zip: Louisville KY 40202

Phone: 502-584-1133

Material Type: Article

Intended Audience: Policy Maker

Physical Media: Print

Subjects: Intergenerational Programs

Family literacy programs are showing up as major components in state reform strategies related to welfare, education, and economic development. These programs range from indirect services to parents or children to comprehensive models that serve both generations together in a structured learning environment. The article summarizes the needs, goals, and results of some model family literacy programs.

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