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    The Reading Writing Hotline team sends its sympathies to communities in New South Wales and Queensland who are experiencing the devastating impacts of recent floods. Education providers and their student communities, especially in Northern New South Wales and Southern Queensland, are facing major re-building. Our......

    The Hotline is trying to find out from adult literacy and numeracy teachers and managers what’s actually happening, and what NEEDS to happen, to really meet community literacy, numeracy and digital literacy needs. We’d love you to take 10 minutes to complete our survey. The......

    Reading Writing Hotline Manager, Vanessa Iles was delighted to be visiting Albury and to be on beautiful Wiradjuri country for her first work trip since COVID began. The National Men’s Shed Association were holding their national conference which focussed on men’s health and wellbeing. Vanessa......

    On 5th April, 2022,  Community Colleges Australia hosted a National ACE Summit. The summit included a focus on Foundation Skills with an interactive panel discussion of Dr Keiko Yasukawa, University of Technology Sydney (UTS) Dave Tout, Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER); Vanessa Iles, Reading Writing......

    On 31 March 2022, the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Employment, Education and Training presented the report Don’t take it as read: Inquiry into adult literacy and its importance to Parliament. The report comes at a crucial time for adult literacy and numeracy and......

    Read Write Now is celebrating its forty-fifth anniversary of supporting people in Western Australia who need a more informal pathway to improving their literacy. Incredibly, there are about 650 volunteer tutors who work one-on-one with learners in informal settings such as a private space in......