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California's Berkeley hosts the research consortium called NCSWL, aimed at understanding how writing is best learned and taught--from the early years through adulthood. Completed research, workshops and publications as well as researchers are covered.
Is technology developing a whole new kind of literacy? Once-literate people may find themselves classified as illiterate according to this new system.
"This page has assorted links to papers on literacy and education, as well as links to several related gopher archives."
Serves children in Nepal and Vietnam, and was founded on the belief that education is the key to breaking the cycle of poverty and taking control of one's own life.
America's largest non-profit children's and family literacy organization.
Acclaimed as a major breakthrough in education by specialists and lay practitioners alike, the Applied Scholastics approach developed by L. Ron Hubbard is called Study Technology.
Details about initiatives, research and statistics on literacy, newsletter, projects, a FAQ, press releases, and links to community programs.
Verizon partners with local celebrities in communities to connect literacy to a familiar face, bring attention to a critical issue and raise awareness and funding for the cause. Find a list of program partners, celebrity helpers, personal testimonials, and contact information.
LINCS is the literacy community's gateway to the world of adult education and literacy resources on the Internet. The goal of LINCS is to bring adult literacy-related resources and expertise to a single point of access for users throughout the world.
A collaborative environment for literacy-related resources including news, discussions, field-generated documents and mailing lists.
Research and community support center whose focus is increasing awareness of the overall spectrum of literacy issues.
A non-profit organization seeking to inspire a love of books and reading in all children. Based in Nashville, Tennessee.
University of Pennsylvania site concerning literacy for researchers, policymakers, and practitioners worldwide.
Designed to dramatically improve the reading skills of children through a systematic and direct implementation of a research-based reading reform model.