Adult Literacy for All an Action Agenda

May 17, 2016 at 11:32 pm Leave a comment

Adult Literacy for All an Action Agenda.
Members of the Library and Literacy Community of Practice, consisting of thought and action leaders from across the fields, came together for a series of monthly web-based conversations and a two-day face-to-face meeting in September 2013. Building on previous efforts such as the Literacy in Libraries
Across America (LILAA) Initiative and learning from ongoing initiatives such as the American Dream Starts @ Your Library, the project developed a National Library Literacy Action Agenda.

The Action Agenda is a series of recommendations intended to spur conversation, ideas, and action to integrate the public library with other services available to help adult learners improve their literacy and
basic skills.

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