10 years to finish the job

McClelland, Neil
December 2003
Literacy Today;Dec2003, Issue 37, p14
Focuses on the mission of the National Literacy Trust in Great Britain. History of the organization; Vision of the organization; Purpose behind the establishment of the association; Programs for literacy development launched by the organization.


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