Family literacy

de Avila, Marcia; Lednicky, Donna
September 1993
Adult Learning;Sep/Oct93, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p15
Academic Journal
Discusses the Bryan School District Family Involvement in Education Program funded by the Texas Education Agency. Program design; Home visits and volunteerism; Family field trips involving experiential learning; Evaluation; Suggestions for replication.


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