Promoting family literacy

April 2001
Reading Today;Apr/May2001, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p14
Features the brochure on family literacy and school community, developed by the Family Literacy Committee of the International Reading Association. Approaches to start family literacy projects; Activities which school district could sponsor in connection with the project; Suggestions for teachers to promote family literacy.


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