This document is the third volume of the Adult Literacy Leadership Project, an effort to identify the educational and training needs of Florida's literacy personnel--instructors, administrators, and advisors. Volume three contains an annotated bibliography on effective strategies for combatting adult illiteracy. The bibliography covers the following subjects: (1) definitions of functional Author: Edith Crew, Peter Easton. Feb 10, · A major obstacle to battling illiteracy is the continued influence of discredited premises. Many policy makers, for example, still subscribe to the theory that adult illiteracy is primarily a.
To overcome illiteracy in children and adults, we have to approach the problem on two levels - the macro-level and micro-level. Let's start from the micro-level point of view. We should start from the basic unit of society - the home. Parents should be attentive to the learning needs of their children. Apr 23, · ProLiteracy believes that to combat some of our world's biggest problems — poverty, world health, gender inequality, and others — we have to start by building literacy among our adult .
When one considers that illiteracy is costing the world economy over USD $1 trillion dollars each year and that a 6% increase in per capita income could result from lifting the education level of the adult population by one year, it appears the global community is literally throwing money away. Inaction is costing us dearly. Improving adult literacy would have enormous economic benefits. Bringing all adults to the equivalent of a sixth grade reading level would generate an additional $ trillion – or 10% of GDP – .
May 22, · A Resource to Combat Biblical Illiteracy. We at Answers in Genesis have a passion for reaching young people—the next generation of pastors, teachers, parents, and Christian leaders—with the message of biblical authority and the gospel. We want .