A survey of family literacy in the United States
International Reading Association, 1995 - Education - 130 pages
A Survey of Family Literacy traces the field's historical development and provides an overview of the current state of family literacy in the United States. This rich resource for teachers, parents, and policymakers includes discussions of more than 100 sources about family literacy. The editors offer guidance for anyone interested in obtaining specific information about particular family literacy programs and new initiatives.
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SECTION ONE Introduction
SECTION TWO Parent Involvement Programs
SECTION THREE Intergenerational Programs
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